Gov. Steve Beshear makes a point about the attention being paid to the state Monday as University of Kentucky President Eli Capilout, left, and University of Louisville President James Ramsey, right,  look on during a press conference on the Capitol terrace in Frankfort. The Wildcats and the Cardinals meet in the NCAA Final Four in New Orleans Saturday. Photo by John Flavell
Gov. Steve Beshear makes a point about the attention being paid to the state Monday as University of Kentucky President Eli Capilout, left, and University of Louisville President James Ramsey, right, look on during a press conference on the Capitol terrace in Frankfort. The Wildcats and the Cardinals meet in the NCAA Final Four in New Orleans Saturday. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader
Gov. Steve Beshear makes a point about the attention being paid to the state Monday as University of Kentucky President Eli Capilout, left, and University of Louisville President James Ramsey, right, look on during a press conference on the Capitol terrace in Frankfort. The Wildcats and the Cardinals meet in the NCAA Final Four in New Orleans Saturday. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader

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