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By LARRY VAUGHT
Demitrious Davis admits it will be hard at first for Kentucky fans to tell him and twin brother Chris apart.
“After a while, most people can tell the difference but not everybody can,” Demitrious said. “People get us confused a lot, which is kind of funny.”
That gives the twins an opportunity to sometimes have a bit of fun.
“We did do things a couple of times to fool people and have some tricks we use,” he said. “But basically we know it is not easy to tell us part, so we understand when somebody gets confused.”