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Here we go again, folks.
Moments after upsetting the No. 10 Florida Gators, Kentucky fans poured into State Street to celebrate their massive 20-13 win.
There was good reason to celebrate for the Wildcats, not only was it their first home win against Florida since 1986, but it also added a top-10 win to their undefeated season.
Remembering the last time Kentucky fans had reason to be hopeful is difficult, but it’s no doubt that they are now, especially after a huge win like the one they earned on Saturday.
Kentucky’s celebrations of choice included the burning of household furniture, as is tradition in Lexington, and chanting things that they surely do not really mean.
This is when I would consider this celebration a riot, chanting things such as “We want Bama” while not realizing how destructive and damaging that phrase has been in the past.
Kentucky fans with the “we want Bama!” chant pic.twitter.com/zWUf0HeNjo
— SEC Mike (@MichaelWBratton) October 3, 2021
At least one fan at the scene had the common-sense to understand the gravity of the words being spoken.
“No you don’t,” he exclaimed dramatically.
He is right. Im certain that they’ll wake up tomorrow understanding the depravity of what they were saying.