LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — This was a step back for Kentucky football. This was a loss that makes another 9-3 season considerably more difficult.
The Wildcats are booked for a game in Starkville against a Mississippi State team that Kentucky defeated, 28-7 in Lexington last season.
A school already paying a former athletic director and football coach about $20 million for not working will not be required to write another check to a basketball coach whose former program gave back a national championship and continues to navigate a turbulent course while on NCAA probation.
The Cardinals have won the two games they were supposed to win. They lost the game they were supposed to lose. This game is their chance to flip that script.
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