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KEITH TAYLORKentucky TodayKentucky finished the regular season on a high note and take a dose of momentum into the postseason.The Wildcats (7-5) ended a two-game losing streak — the second of the year — with a 26-13 win Saturday over rival Louisville. Kentucky has won four straight for the second time in the series. The Wildcats kept the Governor’s Cup in Lexington from 2007-2010.“Our team responded how I believed they would,” Kentucky coach Mar…
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UK gives Cards the boot to keep the Cup - The Advocate-Messenger

KEITH TAYLORKentucky TodayKentucky finished the regular season on a high note and take a dose of momentum into the postseason.The Wildcats (7-5) ended a two-game losing streak — the second of the year — with a 26-13 win Saturday over rival Louisville. Kentucky has won four straight for the second time in the series. The Wildcats kept the Governor’s Cup in Lexington from 2007-2010.“Our team responded how I believed they would,” Kentucky coach Mar…

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UK gives Cards the boot to keep the Cup

KEITH TAYLORKentucky TodayKentucky finished the regular season on a high note and take a dose of momentum into the postseason.The Wildcats (7-5) ended a two-game losing streak — the second of the year — with a 26-13 win Saturday over rival Louisville. Kentucky has won four straight for the second time in the series. The Wildcats kept the Governor’s Cup in Lexington from 2007-2010.“Our team responded how I believed they would,” Kentucky coach Mar…

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UK gives Cards the boot to keep the Cup

KEITH TAYLORKentucky TodayKentucky finished the regular season on a high note and take a dose of momentum into the postseason.The Wildcats (7-5) ended a two-game losing streak — the second of the year — with a 26-13 win Saturday over rival Louisville. Kentucky has won four straight for the second time in the series. The Wildcats kept the Governor’s Cup in Lexington from 2007-2010.“Our team responded how I believed they would,” Kentucky coach Mar…

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