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No. 8 Wildcats leave old Kentucky home to meet Monmouth

LEXNGTON, Ky. -- Eighth-ranked Kentucky leaves the Bluegrass State for only the second time in nine games as the Wildcats travel to New York on Saturday to face Monmouth at Madison Square Garden. It will be the fourth time in five years that Kentucky has made the trip to New York, with the previous games being played at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn. "We always like to go up there and travel, get away from here," Kentucky coach John Calipari said.
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