Kentucky 40 UofL 34

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    I'm so happy... i'm sad though that I didn't get to see it
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    Go Cats!!!!

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    This game equals:

    - a bowl game for UK
    - the Cats in the top 25
    - U of L out of the national title hunt
    - Brohm out of the Heisman race
    - Woodson in the Hesiman race
    - An actual rivalry in the Bluegrass state
    - Security for Rich Brooks, finally
    - Perhaps the biggest win in Brooks' tenure

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    Way to go Cats

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    The fans from both teams got their money's worth tonight.
    Excellent game by the Kentucky defense who held the Cards to 101 yds rushing.
    Little proved he is the real deal behind a great game from the Cats offensive line.
    Great night to be a Wildcat.

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    YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spe690
    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! My heart dropped and I had flashbacks of LSU. Rushing the field is worth every bit of that $45,000 fine they will get!!!! Who cares???? UK has more money than the government!!! Go CATS!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireman
    This game equals:

    - a bowl game for UK
    - the Cats in the top 25
    - U of L out of the national title hunt
    - Brohm out of the Heisman race
    - Woodson in the Hesiman race
    - An actual rivalry in the Bluegrass state
    - Security for Rich Brooks, finally
    - Perhaps the biggest win in Brooks' tenure


    Definitely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireman
    This game equals:

    - a bowl game for UK
    - the Cats in the top 25
    - U of L out of the national title hunt
    - Brohm out of the Heisman race
    - Woodson in the Hesiman race
    - An actual rivalry in the Bluegrass state
    - Security for Rich Brooks, finally
    - Perhaps the biggest win in Brooks' tenure
    I agree with every single thing you said.....

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    What an unbelievable game. Kudos to Woodson leading his team to a win in the last two minutes against a Top 10 opponent. Just unreal.

    Not going for 2 makes no sense to me.

    UK kicking game needs to be shored up.

    Where are all of the Morriss got railroaded for an old man guys now? Baylor still stinks and UK just knocked off #9.

    What an awesome game. I did think Douglas was going to freaking score. Scared me to death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise
    Way to go Cats

    I thought you were a Cards fan now.

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    How about them Cats..
    And were not even a "FOOTBALL SCHOOL"

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    WHOA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    It was a shame that either team had to lose, it shows that football in the bluegrass is better than the rest of the country thinks, congrats to Louisville and Kentucky for making us all proud.

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    The over priced tickets were worth it after all. What a game.

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