Does UofL's train wreck season take away from UK's win over them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CentreRocks
    You think UL finishes better or worse than 5-7?
    4 and 8 sounds about right.
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    I don't think it does, because I never expected UL to go undefeated.

    A win is a win no matter what the other team does the rest of the year.

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    The U.L. win was a big one for U.K.'s confidence standpoint and was also a very big win statewide and bc of the rivalry. A win over the Cards (no matter how overrated they were) is big bc it sends the Cats into the SEC play on good and positive note.There are certainly a lot of better teams left on the schedule than Louisville. SEC games will tell the tale of where the Cats are.

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    Not much. U of L still has a great offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Play No Work
    I don't think it does, because I never expected UL to go undefeated.
    A win is a win no matter what the other team does the rest of the year.
    I can't believe that anyone expected that.

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    With Kentucky's win over Arkansas at Arkansas, this is a moot point now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1996
    With Kentucky's win over Arkansas at Arkansas, this is a moot point now.
    Agree

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    It sure does.....U of L has under-achieved to the likes that some of us may have never seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportz Addict
    How does it? UK started the derailment.
    That's my view of it. UK started the downhill slide for UL.
    Notre Dame is 0-4.
    Steelers missed the playoffs.
    If only the Yankees would miss the playoffs, all would be good with the sports world.

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    No.

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    IMO anything that was taken away from the UofL win, was given back and then some with the road win tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportz Addict
    How does it? UK started the derailment.
    Actually MTSU started it, just didn't win the game.

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    Yes! Louisville was severely overrated, just like Michigan was. They did beat Penn State, who is overrated also.

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    Regardless of what the win looks like at the end of the season. It was still a big win and the benifits already reaped (i.e. momentum, confidence, ending the losing streak) don't have to be given back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru
    I enjoyed the UK/UL game in large part because I thought UK was really doing something by beating UofL but now I don't think that is the case. Does UofL's train wreck season take away from UK's win over them?
    I dont think its a train wreck just yet, but they are off the tracks a little. And, answering your question, it was big even if UL doesnt win another game. The fans at Commonwealth needed it.

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