Reaction: Big Blue Nation and beyond on Twitter

March 25, 2012 

Here's a sampling of some of the reaction on Twitter to Sunday's Kentucky victory over Baylor:

CBS analyst Seth Davis (@SethDavisHoops): If Kentucky wins the title they would enter discussion as one of the best teams of all time. Maybe not very best, but best. Long way to go.

NBA All-Star LeBron James (@KingJames): S/O to UK for making it to the Final 4! Best of luck down in the Big Easy! #BBN #LaFamilia @BrandonWeems10 @AntDavis23 @MikeGillie14

UK player Doron Lamb (@DLamb20): Back 2 Back

ESPN analyst and former Duke player Jay Williams (@RealJayWilliams): Love the in state rivalry coming to the final 4. So much pride btw these 2 programs & now the stakes are higher than ever. #UK #Louisville

Former UK player Mark Krebs (@MarkKrebs12): Anthony Davis is a cheat code

Actress Laura Bell Bundy (@LauraBellBundy): Look out cards!! Final Four Baby!! I'm so freaking happy right now. #gobigblue

UK women's soccer coach Jon Lipsitz (@UKCoachLipsitz): Gonna be a great week and I plan to rip on UL. So first let me say congratulations to UL. Great season and great for the state. #respect

Former NBA All-Star Gary Payton (@GaryPayton_20): Kentucky is an NBA team

Actress Ashley Judd (@AshleyJudd): I am a gracious loser but today I feel like a sore winner. 2nd half strategy seemed, we can't run w/ UK, so let's turn this into 'rasslin.

Former UK player Rex Chapman (@rexchapman): @AntDavis23 showed tremendous toughness 2day 4 the #UKentuckyWildcats . Banging your knee w that kind of force is #ReallyFunkingPainful

Fox-56 anchor Jennifer Palumbo (@JPalumboFOX56): They're burning couches in Lexington. Come on. We're better than this #BBN. #twomorewins

UK Coach John Calipari: #BBN, take a deep breath. Let's just worry about us playing our best. Let these kids enjoy this win and you should too. #WeAreUK

UK player Terrence Jones (@TerrenceJones1): We are going to the final four!!!

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