For many years, one of the best rivalries in college basketball was Kentucky-Indiana.

The two programs stopped scheduling annual games after the 2011 season, which came as a disappointment for many.

The Wildcats and Hoosiers have met twice since 2011 game, both times in the NCAA Tournament, and it now appears that the rivalry is on its way to being renewed.

On Wednesday, college basketball insider Jon Rothstein tweeted that “Indiana and Kentucky are in advanced discussions to play a multi-year series with games both on campus and at neutral sites.”

If a resumption of the series comes to fruition, it will be a great addition to the annual college basketball schedule.

As of right now, the teams have met 57 times through the years and it is the Wildcats who hold a 32-25 edge in the series.