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I hope everyone has been having a great spring and early summer sailing their Jet.  First, some recent results and then news to follow.

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Cards way-early favorites over Cats

Five months from the actual game, you can already bet on the Kentucky-Louisville Governor’s Cup football game, and the Cardinals are seen as slight favorites. 246 more words

SEC News

Cards, Cats football players talk early trash

Five months need to pass before it’s Governor’s Cup game week, the annual meeting between the Kentucky and Louisville football teams. Already, both sides are getting chatty on social media, the trash talk pointing to the Nov. 251 more words

SEC News

UNLV Claims 3rd Straight Governor's Cup

The Governor’s Cup is given to the top athletic department every year in Nevada and UNLV has again taken the all-encompassing competition with UNR by the final score of 27 to 21. 70 more words

UNLV

Stoops to attend this year's Gov. Cup luncheon

In a change from last year, Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops plans to attend the annual Governor’s Cup luncheon and press conference on June 3 in Frankfort to discuss the rivalry game with Louisville, UK spokesman Tony Neely confirmed. 268 more words

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Catholic schools win top honors at Governor's Cup

Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville earned a number of top honors in the 2015 regional Governor’s Cup high school and middle school competitions. 266 more words

Archdiocesan News

And the 2015 Virginia Governor's Cup goes to… (and, Big Red Wines Dominate the Golds Again)

And the winner is…

Muse Vineyards 2009 Clio (a blend of 25% Cab Sauv, 25% Cab Franc, 25% Merlot, and 25% Petit Verdot).

The 2015 Virginia Governor’s Cup trophy was presented to Robert Muse and Sandy Cowal, owners of Muse Vineyards, by Governor McAuliffe, First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe, and Secretary of Agriculture & Forestry Todd Haymore this evening during the Governor’s Cup Gala in Richmond. 1,186 more words