Kentucky and Louisville: The previous 364 days

Page 5 of Originally Posted by RockPride No...but it should've been good enough to win that night. Woulda, coulda, shoulda. The fact is it wasn't. UK won, UofL l... 102 comments | 2598 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fletch
    There's a treatment for your obvious venom directed toward Kentucky, but I'd get banned for life if I posted it here.

    Your team lost. Get over yourself.
    You dump a bucket of salt on the wound left from last night and then get on your high horse when someone bites back? Give me a break...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti
    It is a new concept for UK (winning)
    Well we know that, but some could hide it a little better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoondockSaint
    I get what you're saying, you've said it 5 times now but you still have yet to acknowledge the undeniably valid point I've made.
    How is your point Valid? The only thing that's been validated is the fact the move to week 3 worked for UK, what coulda happened week 1 is anything but valid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    It was big. It could (and should) have been bigger...
    No possible way this win could be any bigger for UK. Absolutely no way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce
    Well we know that, but some could hide it a little better.
    Not sure if anyone feels I've been rude to them or anything but I haven't intended to be... I for one have enjoyed the UL fans post game views...

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyrayjoebob
    No possible way this win could be any bigger for UK. Absolutely no way.
    It's getting deep in here. On the Sunday of Labor Day weekend on ESPN Varsity and not the JV version. Full scale national attention not cut in to by other big time games on at the same time. Bigger attraction to recruits watching. There are numerous ways this would have been bigger in week 1...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce
    Man...Some people need to learn how to act when they win a football game....

    Your one to talk

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    It's getting deep in here. On the Sunday of Labor Day weekend on ESPN Varsity and not the JV version. Full scale national attention not cut in to by other big time games on at the same time. Bigger attraction to recruits watching. There are numerous ways this would have been bigger in week 1...

    GT
    We get that you think the game should have stayed week 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    It's getting deep in here. On the Sunday of Labor Day weekend on ESPN Varsity and not the JV version. Full scale national attention not cut in to by other big time games on at the same time. Bigger attraction to recruits watching. There are numerous ways this would have been bigger in week 1...
    Find me one person out there that doesn't know about the game, and I'll go to their cave and shake their hand...not to mention winning in game 3 makes the win more legitimate, after both teams had two weeks of work and UL coach had a chance to get his feet on the ground with his team...

    Spin it any way you want, it couldn't be more huge, and 99.99% get it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyrayjoebob
    Find me one person out there that doesn't know about the game, and I'll go to their cave and shake their hand...not to mention winning in game 3 makes the win more legitimate, after both teams had two weeks of work and UL coach had a chance to get his feet on the ground with his team...

    Spin it any way you want, it couldn't be more huge, and 99.99% get it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyrayjoebob
    Find me one person out there that doesn't know about the game, and I'll go to their cave and shake their hand...not to mention winning in game 3 makes the win more legitimate, after both teams had two weeks of work and UL coach had a chance to get his feet on the ground with his team...

    Spin it any way you want, it couldn't be more huge, and 99.99% get it....
    Anyone in the US that only watched the USC-Nebraska game, which there were millions. And then all thsoe people that went to NFL games this morning. So there are plenty. Unless one has a vested interest in the game no reason to watch or check to see who won.

    You guys are wearing some sort of tunnel vision goggles that make you think anyone out in the rest of this country gives a crap about Kentucky. (the state not the team)

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    I don't think you understand how huge it was going up against, the USC - Huskers game on a basic channel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98NCCalum
    Anyone in the US that only watched the USC-Nebraska game, which there were millions. And then all thsoe people that went to NFL games this morning. So there are plenty. Unless one has a vested interest in the game no reason to watch or check to see who won.

    You guys are wearing some sort of tunnel vision goggles that make you think anyone out in the rest of this country gives a crap about Kentucky. (the state not the team)
    I don't give a crap about UC and I know they won...Everybody in the country who has a TV and/or follows college football in the least knows about the huge win, if they give a crap about UK or not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98NCCalum
    Anyone in the US that only watched the USC-Nebraska game, which there were millions. And then all thsoe people that went to NFL games this morning. So there are plenty. Unless one has a vested interest in the game no reason to watch or check to see who won.

    You guys are wearing some sort of tunnel vision goggles that make you think anyone out in the rest of this country gives a crap about Kentucky. (the state not the team)
    Maybe those people will get a chance to check the polls this week...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEMPERFIFALCON
    How is your point Valid? The only thing that's been validated is the fact the move to week 3 worked for UK, what coulda happened week 1 is anything but valid...
    If UK had beaten UofL in week 1 it would have been bigger for the program. Better exposure, no talk about how terrible UofL's defense was going into the game, much higher expectations for UofL, and less pressure on UK = valid.

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