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The 2018 Virginia Governor’s Cup — a big year for golds, Petit Verdot, Viognier, Chardonnay and 2014 Meritage!

At a ceremony this evening at the historic Main Street Station and Trainshed in Richmond, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam presented the 2018 Governor’s Cup to King Family Vineyards winemaker Matthieu Finot and team for their 2014 Meritage.   664 more words

Even at rivalry games, empty seats are all too common | Tim Sullivan

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Two bitter rivals, both of them bowl-bound. One optimal autumn afternoon. Zero excuse to miss it, right?


There were still tickets available as of Saturday morning for Louisville’s 44-17 thumping of Kentucky Saturday afternoon. 1,386 more words

SEC News

Hello from the Governor's Cup: Get ready for the Kentucky-Louisville football rivalry game

LEXINGTON, Ky. — No good news comes out the night before a rivalry game.

On Friday night, Kentucky (7-4, 4-4 SEC) senior captain Nick Haynes expressed negative feelings on Twitter about the Wildcats’ coaching staff. 589 more words

SEC News

The Barbour Shop: Bobby Ball 1.0 Returns

Last year, going into the Governor’s Cup game, UofL was coming off a low. They were destroyed on national TV by Houston. They hadn’t really been playing all that well. 474 more words

Louisville Athletics

Uniform Report - Game 12

It appears as though Louisville will sport the red chrome with the white jersey for their trip to Lexington. #BeatUK

The locker room is ready for the Governor's Cup!

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Louisville Athletics

Everything You Need To Know: The Governor's Cup

How to Watch: Noon kickoff on SEC Network

Spread: Louisville -10

Last Time: In one of the biggest upsets of 2016, Kentucky stunned the Cardinals after Austin MacGinnis hit a 47-yard field goal with 12 seconds left to pull out a 41-38 win over their rival. 1,026 more words

Louisville Athletics

Governors Cup Highlight Video

The last time the Cards traveled to Lexington things didn’t start out very good. UK scored a school record 21 first quarter points. Freshman Lamar Jackson entered the game late in the first quarter.  88 more words

Louisville Athletics