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300 Ticket Booklets for Big Blue Bahamas Tour Stolen

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Three hundred ticket booklets for the Kentucky men's basketball team's Big Blue Bahamas tour were stolen in transit to the Bahamas.

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Scalpers gettin cutthroat these days
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Psst....hey you, you need a watch?  Or a basketball ticket?
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http://www.cbssports...exhibition-tour

National media picking up on it now.  The booklets in question will not be valid at the gate, so someone will have a bunch of souvenirs they might be able to sell in Lexington 10 years from now, but that's about it.
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