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Louisville embarrassed by Kentucky ... again

The Battle for the Governor’s Cup may have opted out of the 2020 season, but it picked up right where it left off on Saturday night. For Louisville, this was very bad news. After losing to Kentucky in 2018 and 2019 by a combined score of 101-23, U of L added to its recent embarrassing run in the rivalry series with a 52-21 loss inside Cardinal Stadium.
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CRAWFORD | Louisville football has a 'Kentucky problem,' and it's not just mental

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – The first step in the well-known 12-Step program for recovery of all kinds is to admit powerlessness. Admit you have a problem. This is where things stand with the University of Louisville in relation to its series with the University of Kentucky after Saturday night's 52-21 beatdown in Cardinal Stadium, the Wildcats' third consecutive blowout win in the series.
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Kentucky annihilates Louisville (again): 8 things to know and postgame cheers

The Kentucky Wildcats came into Louisville tonight, and added another blowout win to the series resume as Kentucky rolled over the Louisville Cardinals 52-21. The game started off about as well as you could ask for if you are Mark Stoops and Scott Satterfield, as both teams marched 75-yards down the field to try and make an impact statement early in this game. But it was Kentucky that decided they were going to control the tempo and momentum of this game early, and they went in at the half up 24-7.
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Bobby Petrino in the mix for open FBS coaching job, per report

Bobby Petrino is currently the head coach at Missouri State. But, he could be eyeing a return to the FBS ranks. The former Arkansas and Louisville coach is reportedly in the mix for an open FBS position, per FootballScoop.com. Per the report, Petrino’s name has come up in connection with...
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Twitter reactions to Kentucky’s dominating win over Louisville

It's rivalry week in college football, and the Kentucky Wildcats made the trip to face the Louisville Cardinals looking to get their third-straight win in the series. The game got off to an outstanding start for the Wildcats as Will Levis led a six-play, 75-yard touchdown drive capped off with a 29-yard touchdown run by Levis.
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Growing gap in Governor's Cup sign of Kentucky's physical superiority

What Scott Satterfield saw as a snowball effect more closely resembled an avalanche. It isn’t playing from behind that has made Louisville’s recent losses to Kentucky so lopsided. It isn’t so much a matter of missed tackles and gap control, as the U of L coach contends. The difference between the Wildcats and the Cardinals is more fundamental and less easily fixed.
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Game Day: Louisville vs. Kentucky

LOUISVILLE CARDINALS (6-5, 4-4) vs. KENTUCKY WILDCATS (8-3, 5-3) Battle for the Governor’s Cup. Location: Cardinal Stadium: Louisville, Ky. Announcers: Chris Cotter (play-by-play), Mark Herzlich (analyst), and Jalyn Johnson (sideline) Favorite: Louisville by 3. All-Time Series: Kentucky leads, 17-15 Modern Series: Louisville leads, 15-11 Last Meeting: Kentucky won 45-13...
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Kentucky beats Louisville 52-21: Governor's Cup live scores, updates and highlights

The last time these two teams met, Scott Satterfield was in his first year as Louisville's coach, and Kentucky's quarterback was a wide receiver named Lynn Bowden. Much has changed since then, and — after missing last year's annual battle due to the pandemic — the UK Wildcats and U of L Cardinals will play once again. U of L (6-5) is a 2.5-point favorite over UK (8-3); the Wildcats are seeking to win nine games for the second...
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Louisville Embarrassed by Kentucky in Regular Season Finale

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - To say that the Louisville football program is heading into their bowl game with little momentum would be an understatement. The Battle for the Governor's Cup might have come back after a one-year hiatus, but unfortunately for the home squad, recent trends in the series continued to press onward, as they were dealt a 52-21 loss to Kentucky on Saturday at Cardinal Stadium.
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Louisville Football: Bowl Projections

The University of Louisville football team officially became bowl eligible last week with a win over Duke. The Cardinals have six wins and can bolster their bowl status this weekend with a win over Kentucky. But no matter what happens this weekend, the Cardinals are bowling. Louisville has appeared in...
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Louisville Throttles Duke to Clinch Bowl Eligibility

DURHAM, N.C. - Hitting the road for the final time of the 2021 regular season, the Louisville football program concluded ACC play with a matchup at Duke, and left Wallace-Wade Stadium with a resounding 62-22 win Thursday night. The win not only sends the Cardinals (6-5, 4-4 ACC) back over...
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Louisville 41, Syracuse 3, final: Lamar Jackson's No. 8 officially retired, Cards dominate

If there was one game to tune in to this season, it's Louisville football vs. Syracuse as former Cardinals superstar and Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will be in town for his jersey retirement. The ceremony for Lamar will take place at halftime of the game, and fans will be able to take photos with Lamar's 2016 Heisman trophy after the game.  ...
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Selah Brown Commits To Louisville Football

The last time Lousiville landed a composite 4-star recruit from the city of Louisville was James Quick in 2013. That terrible streak has ended with Selah Brown choosing to stay home and play for the Cards. The 6-2/260 Lousiville Male star announced his commitment to play Defensive Line for the Cards today and he becomes the second 4-star prospect in the 2022 class. Brown chose Louisville over Illinois and Northwestern. He also holds offers from Tennesse, Kentucky, Purdue, Stanford, Mizzou, Boston College, and Virginia Tech.
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Wan'Dale Robinson breaks Kentucky football record for catches in a single season

Wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson needed just one season to leave his mark on the Kentucky football record book. With a second-quarter reception, his sixth of the game, in the regular season finale against Louisville Saturday, Robinson broke the program's record for most catches in a season. The record was previously held by tight end James Whalen, who totaled 90 receptions in the 1999 season. ...
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