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By LARRY VAUGHT
Western Kentucky senior offensive lineman Sean Conway said the Hilltoppers meant no disrespect to Kentucky with the way they celebrated their overtime win over the Wildcats in Commonwealth Stadium.
“I know, myself, we meant no disrespect to them. We were celebrating a win that was huge for our players and program. We always want to show class at WKU. I apologize is someone felt disrespected,” Conway way.
Kentucky junior defensive end Bud Dupree said the disrespect got much worse after the game, too.
“The feeling last year was like, people calling and telling me we sucked,” Dupree said. “I won’t forget that.”