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Elite Eighth – The Book

This Vaughtsviews.com’s vibrant tribute to the 2012 NCAA men’s basketball champions provides a visual feast for fans who want to relive the Kentucky Wildcats’ road to championship glory.

It features an introduction and several articles by Larry Vaught, a Kentucky sports institution and six-time recipient of Kentucky’s National Sportswriter of the Year title.

This celebratory book takes readers from the season’s opening tip in November, through the exciting regular season and SEC Tournament, and on to the final seconds in New Orleans.

Also included are features on the team’s key figures, including head coach John Calipari, Anthony Davis, Terrence Jones, Marquis Teague, Darius Miller and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.

To order your book online, go to: http://www.triumphbooks.com/

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  1. blake moran

    Is there a way to order signed copies of the book ?

    1. larryvaught

      No there is not but will be happy to work out a way with you to get that done. email me at larry@amnews.com

  2. Ken Grizzle

    I got one of your books and I must say that it’s something that every Big Blur Fan should not be without. Great job,Larry.

    1. larryvaught

      Ken, thanks for that great comment. really appreciate it. Tell your friends.

  3. Sheila

    Where can “Elite Eighth” be purchased and how much is it?

  4. BRYAN

    Larry the book is a must see to all cat fans,thank you!!

  5. BRYAN

    Is there a way to buy a video of the championship game Larry?

    1. larryvaught

      i have not seen anything yet Bryan, been expecting to though

  6. BRYAN

    Sheila it’s worth it regardless, i pay 14 for mine

    1. larryvaught

      glad you like it Bryan

  7. dale

    I live in Florida and was wondering where I could get the book online.

    1. gmoyers

      Dale, click on the photo of the book cover at the top left of this page to order.

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