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"We did not place a bid to host the first round of the NIT due to limited staff availability to properly host a game at Memorial Coliseum. Because the University of Kentucky is hosting the NCAA second- and third-round games at Rupp Arena on March 21 and 23, the facility was not available for a first-round NIT game. We placed a bid to host both the second round and quarterfinal games at Rupp Arena if we advance.” – DeWayne Peevy, UK Executive Associate AD
This may be the biggest game in Robert Morris history. They will sell out that 3500 seat stadium as soon as the ticket gate opens. I am happy for Robert Morris. Big stage for that program.
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