Kentucky Fan Gets New Tattoo, Chases Car Robber

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Apr 4, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Kentucky Wildcats forward Karl-Anthony Towns (12) and Dakari Johnson (44) sit on the bench following their loss to the Wisconsin Badgers 71-64 in the 2015 NCAA Men’s Division I Championship semi-final game at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

It was a rough week for lots of Kentucky fans. But few had it rougher than Rock Wright, who already had a 40-0 Kentucky national champions tattoo on his leg. Then the Wildcats went and lost to Wisconsin and adding insult to injury, someone tried to steal his car. 

And, well, Rocky Wright wasn’t going to let that happen. 

I swear, every time I think, maybe I’m being too tough on Kentucky fans, a new video of Kentucky fans arrives in the Outkick inbox. 

And then I think, nope, you’re exactly right about how dumb they are. 


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