After Kentucky's loss, Indiana wants to remind you who the last unbeaten was

Just because the Indiana Hoosiers and Kentucky Wildcats don't play anymore doesn't mean the dislike has subsided, from the top on down.

So after Big Blue Nation's devastating Final Four loss to Wisconsin on Saturday in the NCAA tournament, one in which UK's dream of becoming the first unbeaten team since the 1976 Indiana team were dashed, you better believe more than a few Hoosiers were tickled with the result -- despite the fact that many members of that team said they were rooting for UK to join their club.

Not only did that team from Lexington get knocked off two games short of perfection, but it meant the beloved '76 team still lived on as the sport's last undefeated juggernaut.

It was a win-win for the Hoosiers, and just before Monday night's national championship game, the school's official basketball Twitter account made sure everyone was well aware of it.

Indiana won that '76 title game on March 29, so it wasn't a celebration of the exact anniversary. It also wasn't a nice even number like 40.

It was, however, a classic case of trolling in an old rivalry that refuses to die.