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Wildcat Quickies: Commonwealth Stadium Edition

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We'll get a sneak peak at the New Commonwealth Stadium today.


Today, the University of Kentucky will host a tour of the New Commonwealth Stadium for media to get one of the first looks at the renovations that have been done this year.

Ever since UK's season ended in 2014, construction workers have worked furiously to get the all of the upgrades done in time for the 2015 season-opener against UL Lafayette. Today, we'll help give you a look at what the New Commonwealth looks like as we get to tour the stadium.

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