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White defeats Blue in Charitable Alumni Game

Coach Cal presenting a hilariously oversized check at the Alumni Game, via

Well, there’s your final tally, folks.  Anthony Davis actually ended up with 40 after a couple late free throws, so both he and Cousins cleared the 40-point barrier.  There were questions as to whether the Blue team would be able to compete with White’s size on the inside, and it looks like those questions were answered:


The game also produced such gems as: Coach Cal’s “dad jeans,” Anthony Davis and Wah Wah Jones’ Olympic gold medal presentation, and a Julius Randle sighting/name chanting.

Additionally, the game’s expressed purpose, raising money for charity, was also an overwhelming success.


Nice work.  Now, on to tailgating and football in perfect 73-degree weather.  What a Saturday.

Article written by Corey Nichols

6 Comments for White defeats Blue in Charitable Alumni Game

  1. Ukshane
    4:04 pm September 15, 2012 Permalink

    Chanting randles name is a violation.. Way to use your head’s cat fans

  2. Turd Ferguson
    4:28 pm September 15, 2012 Permalink

    #1 – Actually, it’s not, Jerry Tipton, Jr. This was discussed ad nauseum 2 years ago. Go troll somewhere else. Your Tards are playing the Heels right now in front of a few thousand at the Pizza Box.

  3. Gavin S.
    5:00 pm September 15, 2012 Permalink

    Ahh, nothing like the pre-game optimism for a UK football game. It’s like when you stand on the first tee with dreams of a sub-80 round of golf. Then you triple bogey the first hole and reality sets in. Good times.

  4. Cayuts
    9:28 pm September 15, 2012 Permalink

    Only you retards would have an alumni game with no alumni

  5. derrick
    2:38 am September 16, 2012 Permalink

    turns out it was 350k. they sent out a correction.

  6. theSkinny81
    3:34 pm September 16, 2012 Permalink

    4 – if UL tried to have one, they’d have to hire another team and a half. or just play 2-on-2 half-court games.