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John Calipari blames South Carolina loss on unwarranted arrogance

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Bevin takes aim at Lexington and Louisville school leaders in budget speech

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Matt Bevin explains why he wants to cut all funding for 70 programs

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In memoriam: 10 restaurants that closed this year

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Stoops reacts to Snell's ejection, final play call

Photo slideshow: Cats can't hold on to 14-point lead at South Carolina 1:39

Photo slideshow: Cats can't hold on to 14-point lead at South Carolina

Demolition of the Greek towers on Eastern Kentucky University's campus 0:36

Demolition of the Greek towers on Eastern Kentucky University's campus

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Kevin Knox: We don’t know how to close games out

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South Carolina's Frank Martin: I didn't give up on this team

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The reviews are in for Jarred Vanderbilt’s UK debut

D. Wayne Lukas likes Always Dreaming

Trainer D. Wayne Lukas, who has won the Preakness Stakes six times, says he likes Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming to repeat on Saturday. The Belmont might be a different story.
John Clay jclay@herald-leader.com
D. Wayne Lukas likes Always Dreaming 1:44

D. Wayne Lukas likes Always Dreaming

Mark Casse: Kentucky Derby may have been Classic Empire's best race 1:53

Mark Casse: Kentucky Derby may have been Classic Empire's best race

Todd Pletcher talks Preakness scenarios 1:32

Todd Pletcher talks Preakness scenarios

Todd Pletcher: Always Dreaming looks super 1:26

Todd Pletcher: Always Dreaming looks super