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"We're not going to play," Kentucky coach John Calipari said Thursday. "We're not going to do a home-and-home. That's out. They don't want to play two games in the state of Indiana, which I'm fine with. There are a lot of people who want to play us."
"We were willing to play them both in the state of Indiana and they said no to that," Calipari said. "That means they don't want to play us."
Indiana coach Tom Crean said in a text message that the Hoosiers never wanted to move the game.
"We couldn't have gotten our students up there," said Crean. "Prices would have been too much to get them there. We will have around 8,500 students.
"The bottom line is that they didn't want to play home-and-home and we did. We looked at it hard but it belongs on campus."