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Sunday Quickies: Trash Can Brawl Edition

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A trash can came into play during Kentucky’s out of control brawl with Louisville yesterday.

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When Kentucky’s Jordan Jones and Louisville’s Lamar Jackson got into a fight that erupted into a sideline brawl, we shook our heads at Jordan Jones flying off the handle.

But it turns out that Denzil Ware was on a whole other level.

Ware grabbed a trash can, and used it to hit a Louisville player. No one really noticed apparently, even though officials were in the area, and it wasn’t flagged.

It was icing on the cake of an embarrassing day for the Cats.

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