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"When you talk about Egypt in 2011, 2012, there were a lot of problems going on, and sports wasn't really the big thing."But for Mahmoud and the five other international players who are expected to be in uniform Wednesday (7 p.m.
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ET, ESPN/Watch ESPN) when sixth-ranked Kentucky (10-1) travels to 10th-ranked Louisville (10-1) -- the 37th meeting, including three in the NCAA tournament, between the two schools since the start of the annual series in 1983 -- reminders of the rivalry's magnitude have been a constant since they stepped on their respective campuses."I didn't know how big [the rivalry] was.
I didn't know what Kentucky was or who Rick Pitino was until he started recruiting me," said Mahmoud, who attended high school in Orlando for one year after moving from Cairo."Then when I [first] came [to Louisville], I kept hearing, 'Make sure you beat Kentucky.' And I was like, 'We don't play for two months. ' I watched the [Louisville-Kentucky] football game my freshman year, and it was so huge, I said, 'Guys, this is ridiculous.' And they told me, 'Wait, it's even bigger and louder for basketball games.'"Apparently, it is not necessary to officially indoctrinate new players to the importance of the intrastate rivalry to fans at both schools."If we beat Indiana first, people would still be like, 'OK, good game, now beat Kentucky,'" said Louisville sophomore guard Donovan Mitchell, a New Yorker who attended prep school in New Hampshire. It didn't take me long to figure it out."While acknowledging that the national rivalries of their homelands might be more significant to his foreign-born teammates, Mitchell said, "I don't think they'll go through anything bigger playing than this rivalry game, though."Even though the teams' international contingents speak of the geographic separation that defines their national sports rivalries, Kentucky sophomore forward Isaac Humphries, who is from Sydney, said he was initially struck by the width of the competitive chasm between schools separated by just 75 or so miles along Interstate 64."It just blew my mind because they're so close to each other and yet so divided," said Humphries, one of two international players on Kentucky's roster.
New Zealander Tai Wynyard, a redshirt freshman, is the other.