Wedding During Kentucky Game Vs. Wofford Put Up TVs For The Fans To Watch

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The Attendants of a wedding that took place during the Kentucky game last weekend were well cared for.

The Wildcats edged out Wofford in the second round of the NCAA tournament, and wedding goers didn’t miss a second of the action.


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Matt Jones tweeted a photo of the ceremony, showing TVs hung to the wall broadcasting the big win.

The people putting this wedding on are awesome. Good for them. There’s nothing worse than a wedding during a big sporting event.

That’s why I’m a big believer that weddings during football season should be banned in the constitution of this great country.

As for March Madness, it’s pretty hard to know when you schedule a wedding a year out when Kentucky will be playing. (RELATED: The March Madness Bracket Has Been Released)

That’s why you have to adapt and get it done quickly. How many of the attendees would have skipped to watch the Wildcats play? Probably a lot of them. The Kentucky fandom is rabid.

The solution? Hang up the TVs. It’s also a damn good thing Coach Cal’s guys got the win. Talk about ruining the mood. That would have put a damper on this quickly.

However, I’m sure they sucked down plenty of beers and rejoiced for the happy couple and big win. Major props to them!

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