Jan 18, 2014; Lexington, KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari reacts to a play during the game against the Tennessee Volunteers in the second half at Rupp Arena. Kentucky Wildcats defeated Tennessee 74-66. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Caution: Fake Kentucky tickets making the rounds

More often than not we like to post news, opinions or general tomfoolery on Busting Brackets. It is who we is. Some of you don’t like our takes on your teams, but that is mostly because you think we are out to get you if we don’t praise the 11th man off your bench. Either way, though, the folks (maybe you?!) who come back everyday do so because they like something about this place — and for the life of us we don’t have a clue what it is.

Regardless, we do care about each and every one of you. Well, except you. Not you. The guy behind you.

That is why we saw a report that needed to reach fans of the Kentucky Wildcats. I mean, you work really hard for your money and there is no need for you to get ripped off because of slimeball who doesn’t care that your kid needs dentures.

According to a new report, police are currently investigating a claim that fake tickets to Kentucky games are being sold. A fake ticket would obviously prevent you from getting into your desired game and would result in a loss of cash. Really, sad face.

A school spokesperson did say that, at least for now, to get your tickets directly through the university ticket office or Ticketmaster. Sadly, both of those options don’t have tickets available for Saturday’s game against Georgia.

Spread the word, save a buck and don’t get ripped off.

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