Men's Basketball

March 26, 2013 12:00 AM

UK graduate Michael Fly part of Florida Gulf Coast Cinderella story

University of Kentucky graduate Michael Fly finds himself near ground zero of the best story so far in this year's NCAA Tournament. He's an assistant coach with Florida Gulf Coast, which anybody even casually paying attention knows became the first 15-seed to advance to the Sweet 16 round.

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