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Big Blue Madness to be part of ESPNU's coverage once again

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John Calipari speaks to the crowd at Big Blue Madness 2011. (Chet White, UK Athletics) John Calipari speaks to the crowd at Big Blue Madness 2011. (Chet White, UK Athletics)
Just two days after tickets to Big Blue Madness were distributed in 35 minutes, it was announced that fans who didn't secure seats to Kentucky's first open practice opportunity of the 2012-13 will have a chance to watch on national television.

UK will be featured as part of ESPNU Midnight Madness on Friday, Oct. 12. From 9 p.m. to midnight, ESPNU will show "whip-around" coverage from seven different schools. Jimmy Dykes and another announced to be named will be on site.

"The defending champs have once again one of the most intriguing players in the country in Nerlens Noel," ESPN's Andy Katz said. "The frontline should be one of the longest, and most intimidating groups in the country. And, because its Kentucky, there will always be a show."

In addition to ESPNU's coverage, complete live coverage of Big Blue Madness will be shown online on ESPN3 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Additional coverage information for Madness will be announced later, including live local broadcast information.

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