Kentucky Says No To Fred Glass’ Compromise

Fred Glass sent a new proposal to Kentucky University as to where the IU-UK games should be played.

Christian Watford

Photo: Courtesy of Indiana University

IU Junior Christian Watford hit the game winning three-point shot against University of Kentucky earlier this season.

The Indiana University-Kentucky basketball series remains in limbo as IU athletic director Fred Glass‘ latest attempt at a compromise was shot down by UK‘s Mitch Barnhart.

Glass proposed that the schools play the 2012 and 2013 games at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with the 2014 game going to Rupp Arena in Lexington and the 2015 contest being played at Assembly Hall in Bloomington.

Barnhart is still lobbying for a two-year, neutral site agreement. Indiana wants the series to include home-and-home games on the two campuses.

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