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#2 Kentucky 106, Vanderbilt 44

March 5, 2003

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Marquis Estill comes out on the floor for Senior Night festivities.

Keith Bogans along with his grandma and mother.

Erik Daniels gives Jules Camara a hand with his framed jersey.

John and Feleica Stewart, the parents of former Kentucky basketball recruit John Stewart, weep as they watch a video tribute to their late son during senior night activities prior to Kentucky's game against Vanderbilt. The highly recruited high school star from Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis, Ind., died of heart failure during a state tournament game in March, 1999. This would have been his senior year at Kentucky. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)

Tears fill the eyes of Kentucky's Jules Camara as he listens to the singing of My Old Kentucky Home during senior night activities prior to Kentucky's game against Vanderbilt. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)

Everett McCorvey, from UK's School of Music, sings "My Old Kentucky Home"

The Stewarts with a comemorative jersey.

Kentucky's Marquis Estill draws the attention of Vanderbilt defenders David Przybyszewski, left, and Matt Freije during the first half. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)

Kentucky's Keith Bogans goes up for layup under the defense of Vanderbilt's Jason Holwerda during the first half. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)

Vanderbilt's Mario Moore looks for help from a teammate as Kentucky's Gerald Fitch applies defensive pressure during the first half. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)

Keith Bogans makes a move on Vanderbilt's Jason Holwerda

Jules Camara slams it home in the first half.

Erik Daniels finished with a game-high 20 points.

Detroit Piston Tayshaun Prince returns to Rupp to be the 'Y'.

Marquis Estill hits a layup.

The Kentucky bench goes crazy following a dunk by Ravi Moss.

Vanderbilt's Julian Terrell has his shot attempt blocked by Kentucky's Antwain Barbour during the first half. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)

The team joins the cheerleaders and the pom squad after the game for the playing of "My Old Kentucky Home"

Chuck Hayes, Ravi Moss and Erik Daniels following the game.

Jules Camara enjoys "My Old Kentucky Home" for the last time at Rupp Arena.


 

 

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