Did Kentucky beat Louisville in football?

Did Kentucky beat Louisville in football?

Share All sharing options for: Kentucky annihilates Louisville (again): 8 things to know and postgame cheers. The Kentucky Wildcats came into Louisville tonight, and added another blowout win to the series resume as Kentucky rolled over the Louisville Cardinals 52-21.

What is Louisville ranked in college football?

With a rating of 7.7 – noticeably better than they 2021 preseason rating of 6.3 – they come in at No. 36 in all of FBS. But as it pertains to the ACC, they rank No. 8 in the league and 5th in the Atlantic Division – ahead of only Boston College and Syracuse.

How many wins does Louisville football have?

Louisville claims nine conference championships.

Has Louisville ever beat Alabama?

The competing teams were the Alabama Crimson Tide, representing the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and the Louisville Cardinals, competing as a football independent. In what was the 20th edition of the Fiesta Bowl, Louisville won the game 34–7.

When did Louisville beat Kentucky in football?

2017 – Louisville 44, Kentucky 17 Lamar Jackson went crazy in his final rivalry game as Louisville destroyed Kentucky at Kroger Field.

What are the Louisville Cardinals record?

60 Years

Rk Year Coach(es)
1 2021 Scott Satterfield (6-7)
2 2020 Scott Satterfield (4-7)
3 2019 Scott Satterfield (8-5)

What is the Kentucky Louisville rivalry called?

The Governor’s Cup is a trophy awarded to the victor of the annual college football game between the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville in the state of Kentucky; it is also used as a reference to the rivalry itself.

What is Kentucky’s record this year?

106 Years

Rk Year Coach(es)
1 2021 Mark Stoops (10-3)
2 2020 Mark Stoops (5-6)
3 2019 Mark Stoops (8-5)

What is Kentucky’s record in football?

In 2020, Kentucky had unique season, despite their final losing record. They were initially ranked at No. 22 in their first game with Auburn. Their final record in the season was 5-6, with 4-6 in the conference (during the COVID-19 Pandemic NCAA regulations).