Sport Indiana declines invite to Sports Classic, avoids Kentucky

01:45  18 july  2017
01:45  18 july  2017 Source:   12up

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Indiana Kentucky© Image by Lester Lee Indiana Kentucky It's tough to maintain a legendary rivalry when one team is a perennial favorite to win the National Championship and the other team well, isn't. It's even tougher to maintain the rivalry when one school refuses to play against the other.

The Wildcats and The Hoosiers haven't played a regular season game against each other since 2011 and it appears as though Indiana is continuing to dodge their old foes as they rejected an offer to participate in the CBS Sports Classic.

The CBS Sports Classic is an annual double-header tournament that started in 2014. It involves the top programs in the country including Kentucky, UCLA and North Carolina. It's must-see TV and Indiana decided that they wanted nothing to do with that type of potential national exposure.

John Calipari has completely taken advantage of the NBA's recent 'one and done' rule and has essentially been creating super teams from scratch every single season while Indiana has just fired their head coach Tom Crean and hired Archie Miller to fill the vacancy.

Although new head coach, Archie Miller, has successfully landed three top-100 recruits, Indiana still isn't ready to go head-to-head with their old rivals.

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But let's not forget that last season, Indiana upset Kentucky in the second round of the NCAA tournament 73-67. Perfect example of quitting while you're ahead.

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