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Fans have hard time choosing between two big games

Sweet 16 fans had a hard time keeping their eyes on the court Thursday night.

The Scott County Cardinals played inside Rupp at the same time the UK Wildcats were playing their first tournament game in Louisville. Fans came up with their own ways to watch both.

"On my iPhone I've got the March Madness app with CBS," said UK fan Wesley Henderson, "I like hanging out with my family and all of them went to Scott County so that's what I'm here for."

Boyle County High School Junior Austin Hunt was using an app to follow both, "I have the ESPN app on my iPhone so I've been checking periodically to see what the scores of all the games were."

The Cardinals, playing in the Sweet 16 inside Rupp Arena, were really competing with the Wildcats.

"We've got blackberry and we were checking on ESPN.com, the score. We're big UK fans and got a buddy coaching this team here so it was a hard decision which one to go with," said fan Randall Bradley.

Fans all seem to have a different reason to come out and support the Cardinals, but they're all celebrating Thursday night in a Scott County and University of Kentucky win.

"I had to come and support my Cards. I teach at the high school so it's very important to see them play and win tonight," exclaimed high school teacher Angela Fox.

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