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Guy who got Kentucky 2014 National Champions tattoo gets free tickets to game

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Remember that Kentucky fan who got a 2014 National Champions tattoo before the NCAA Tournament began? He’s one win away from looking like Nostradamus.

The No. 8 seed Wildcats have become one of the lowest seeds to ever reach an NCAA men’s basketball national championship game. For about two hours, that honor belonged to No. 7 seed UConn. Tyler probably wasn’t surprised to see Kentucky defy the odds, but I’m sure he never imagined his decision to get a tattoo would lead to free tickets for the biggest game of the year.

Because of the success John Calipari’s team has enjoyed, Tyler’s ink has officially became a national story.

Good for him. Tyler’s tattoo is still going to suck if the Huskies end up cutting down the nets, but most people thought he was going to become a punchline after the Round of 32. Like we reminded you before, a Seattle Seahawks fan got a Super Bowl champions tattoo before the 2013 season began. We all saw how that turned out.

H/T College Basketball Talk



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  • Arsen Dadyan

    Why is there a 9 in “nati9nal”? I don’t think that it’s their 9th national title, or is it?

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    Yeah, it would be 9. They’re closing in on UCLA.

  • Mike Murphy

    Tattoos are for morons

  • Kevin Weingartner

    2014 UConn was never temporarily the lowest national championship game seed. 1985 Villanova and 2011 Butler were both 8 seeds.