Originally Posted by bleedingTNorange
Indiana already plays there iirc, they have nothing to gain by playing at Lucas oil twice, one being UK.
This years game was awesome, they should've kept it home/home IMO. UK is gonna play UNC home/home so why not IU?
They played in Indianapolis last year neutral site against Notre Dame, but it was at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, not Lucas Oil.
UK/UNC has always been home/home, and is not a border rivalry.
UK/IU had many years of Neutral site games, and is more of the classic border rivalry, and being non-conference foes, makes more sense to play in neutral sites so fans can equally attend, instead of season ticket holders.
I understand the college purists view that this isn't what it should be about, but nonetheless it is what it is. This is the trend to survive in college athletics, and the big schools will not be left behind.