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Overcoming big deficits
According to ESPN Stats & Info, Louisville and Maryland did something only six other teams had done this season. The Cardinals' feat even came against hated Kentucky, simply icing on the rivalry cake. GameDay final
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A familiar script for Kentucky
For the second straight season, in-state rival Louisville stopped Kentucky from reaching bowl eligibility on the final week of the season.
On Saturday, a who's who list of big-name coaches celebrated in their locker rooms by doing the latest dance craze.
It was a tale of two halves in the Governor's Cup as Louisville notched its fifth straight win over in-state rival Kentucky.
Lamar Jackson accounted for 316 yards and three touchdowns, Brandon Radcliff ran for two TDs and Louisville erased a 24-7 halftime deficit with 31 unanswered points for a 38-24 victory Saturday.
Louisville interception seals victory
Louisville's Jermaine Reve picks off Kentucky QB Patrick Towles late in the fourth quarter. Cardinals QB Lamar Jackson ran for 186 yards and two TDs in the 38-24 win.
Louisville goes up two scores
Louisville QB Lamar Jackson scores his second rushing touchdown. The Cardinals have outscored the Wildcats 31-0 in the second half.
Louisville takes its first lead
Louisville RB Brandon Radcliff runs for a 4-yard TD to give the Cardinals a 31-24 lead. The Cards have scored 24 unanswered in the second half.
It's all tied up in Lexington
Louisville QB Lamar Jackson throws a 35-yard touchdown pass to James Quick to make it 24-24. Kentucky led 24-7 at halftime.
Jackson running all over Kentucky
Louisville QB Lamar Jackson runs for 29 yards to set up a touchdown. Jackson has run for more than 100 yards since entering the game late in the first quarter. The Cats lead 24-17.
Cardinals cut deficit to two scores
Louisville QB Lamar Jackson connects with James Quick for an 18-yard gain. The Cardinals now trail 24-10 after a 37-yard field goal.
Can Kentucky hold on to comfy lead?
Kentucky is up 24-7 at halftime over in-state rival Louisville. The Wildcats need the victory to become bowl eligible. Live on SECN, WatchESPN
Wildcats extend lead before halftime
Kentucky RB Mikel Horton catches a short pass and makes defenders whiff en route to an 18-yard gain on third and fifteen. The Cats added a field goal on the drive to go up 24-7.
Johnson comes down with tipped pass
Kentucky's Garrett Johnson was at the right place at the right time, catching a tipped pass intended for another receiver.
Jackson throws red zone interception
Louisville QB Lamar Jackson is picked off by Kentucky's J.D. Harmon. That's the third interception for the Wildcats' defense.
Bobby Petrino not happy with punt
Joshua Appleby's punt out of the end zone went only 19 yards for Louisville, handing Kentucky the ball at the 25-yard line.
Jackson puts Louisville on the board
Louisville QB Lamar Jackson runs untouched for a 16-yard touchdown. The Cardinals trail 21-7 late in the first quarter at Kentucky.
Jackson gives Cardinals a spark
Louisville QB Lamar Jackson enters the game and connects with James Quick for a 38-yard gain. It only took two more plays for the Cardinals to score.
81-yard pick six puts Cats up 21-0
Kentucky's Josh Forrest picked off Louisville QB Kyle Bolin and took it 81 yards to the house. The Wildcats lead 21-0 in the first quarter on SEC Network.
Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer
Hello Kentucky. The Wildcats, who are seeking a win to become bowl-eligible for the first time since the 2010 season, jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead over in-state rival Louisville. Redshirt freshman QB Drew Barker led a textbook opening drive and the Wildcats have 14 points off turnovers -- a Boom Williams TD run following an AJ Stamps interception plus an 81-yard INT return by LB Josh Forrest.