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Earlier this week we showed you these Kentucky fans who started a website that hoped for a 40-0 season for the Wildcats. Well, the they lost to Michigan State 78-74 Tuesday. So what is the fate of all those "40-0" t-shirts? According to

"more than 25,000 people visited the site in the 36 hours following their loss to the Spartans, and t-shirt sales have spiked to the point that the site’s founders are thinking of printing another batch. But guess who’s buying them?

“I think they’re Louisville fans, I think they’re Michigan State fans, I think they’re North Carolina fans,” site founder David Son told Yahoo! Sports, pointing out that there has been an unusually high rate of purchases from residents of Louisville, Michigan, North Carolina and Kansas. “People love to hate the evil empire. If you’re not a UK fan and you’re not from the state of Kentucky, you hate Kentucky. And if you’re a Kentucky fan, you love being hated.”
Enjoy the site while you can because the founder says a domain name is happening very soon.
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are they stickin fingers in Davis's arse WTF
Reply39 months
What the frick with that video on !?!?!? O_o
Reply39 months
25,000 people have bought T-shirts in less than 2 days and the founder says he is going to change the domain name?!? That says a lot about Kentucky's academics.
Reply39 months
You messed up the copy Larry...color me shocked :(
Reply39 months
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