VIDEO: Kentucky fans sing stunning performance of National Anthem when audio fails
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Prior to Kentucky’s opening game vs. the Bahamas National Team, the Big Blue Nation came to the rescue.
The article goes on to state the following:
As the players and fans were standing for the national anthem, audio difficulties kept someone from singing the anthem. That’s when the Big Blue Nation stepped up and sang the Star Spangled Banner together.
The incident occurred before the game on Wednesday.
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