Rodney Grey, with the Lexington Center, cleaned the sidewalk under a banner honoring former UK basketball coach  Adolph Rupp outside Rupp Arena on West High Street near South Broadway in Lexington, Ky., Friday, October, 14, 2011. Rupp Arena opened in 1976. Charles Bertram | Staff
Rodney Grey, with the Lexington Center, cleaned the sidewalk under a banner honoring former UK basketball coach Adolph Rupp outside Rupp Arena on West High Street near South Broadway in Lexington, Ky., Friday, October, 14, 2011. Rupp Arena opened in 1976. Charles Bertram | Staff ALL
Rodney Grey, with the Lexington Center, cleaned the sidewalk under a banner honoring former UK basketball coach Adolph Rupp outside Rupp Arena on West High Street near South Broadway in Lexington, Ky., Friday, October, 14, 2011. Rupp Arena opened in 1976. Charles Bertram | Staff ALL

On its 35th birthday, Rupp Arena is at a crossroads

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