UK alums Ashley Judd, left, and former UK head coach Joe B. Hall acted as the 'Y' at the end of a traditional spelling of "Kentucky" at UK's game versus Eastern Michigan last Wednesday. Judd often vocalizes her support for the Wildcats on her Twitter account (@AshleyJudd).

The University of Kentucky Men's basketball team hosted Eastern Michigan, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013 at Rupp Arena in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer
UK alums Ashley Judd, left, and former UK head coach Joe B. Hall acted as the 'Y' at the end of a traditional spelling of "Kentucky" at UK's game versus Eastern Michigan last Wednesday. Judd often vocalizes her support for the Wildcats on her Twitter account (@AshleyJudd). The University of Kentucky Men's basketball team hosted Eastern Michigan, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013 at Rupp Arena in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer Herald-Leader
UK alums Ashley Judd, left, and former UK head coach Joe B. Hall acted as the 'Y' at the end of a traditional spelling of "Kentucky" at UK's game versus Eastern Michigan last Wednesday. Judd often vocalizes her support for the Wildcats on her Twitter account (@AshleyJudd). The University of Kentucky Men's basketball team hosted Eastern Michigan, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013 at Rupp Arena in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer Herald-Leader

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