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Any records going to fall tonight?

Throughout the years of the modern football series between UK and UL, some gaudy offensive numbers have been put up. Both teams have taken the other to the woodshed a few times and some individual stars have really showed up to play. Now, while on paper it doesn’t seem that this years game has any stars that could put up the numbers below, but you never know. Below are some of the individual and team records during the modern series, and my question is which of these records could we see broken tonight:

SCORING
Louisville: 59 (2006)
Kentucky: 68 (1998)

MARGIN OF VICTORY
Louisville: 31 (2006)
Kentucky: 34 (1998)

RUSHING
Louisville: Frank Moreau (181 yards, 1999)
Kentucky: Derrick Homer (123 yards, 1998)

PASSING
Louisville: Chris Redman (368 yards, 1998)
Kentucky: Tim Couch (498 yards, 1998)

RECEIVING
Louisville: Zeke Parker (184 yards, 2001)
Kentucky: Craig Yeast (150 yards, 1998)

FIELD GOALS
Louisville: Chris Philpott (3, 2010)
Kentucky: Taylor Begley (3, 2002)

Article written by Bryan the Intern

23 Comments for Any records going to fall tonight?



  1. Cat in the Hat
    2:33 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    WMU 38
    CMU 7
    Uh-Oh



  2. catcrawler
    2:40 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    big UH OH –



  3. Cosmic Wrangler
    2:40 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    Lowest scoring game between the two teams in the history of the modern era.



  4. catcrawler
    2:41 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    hope Auburn can pull it out vs Clemson… tight game



  5. Big Blue 66
    2:44 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    field goals maybe and just maybe Clemonade sets a new UK rushing record



  6. Mr Schwump
    2:46 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    New record? Most boos, game.



  7. cride3332
    2:52 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    Most sleeveless shirts by an opposing teams fan base…mark it down!



  8. kaboom!
    2:53 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    most punts inside the 20.
    field goals made.
    MAY BE rush yards with a big run from clemons.
    # of completions for king.



  9. Cat in the Hat
    2:55 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    fkenf



  10. Cat in the Hat
    2:57 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    41-7, WMU. Are we that bad. I dont think we could score 41 on Lafayette



  11. Darryl Isaac
    3:15 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    maybe the rushing yards with Clemons or the # of field goals



  12. wildcatinhoosierland
    3:20 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    Total punt yards.



  13. Cat in the Hat
    3:29 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    x



  14. Cat in the Hat
    3:29 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    xn



  15. Cat in the Hat
    3:29 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    Go cats



  16. mashley
    3:40 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    Im gonna go with a new turnovers record…for both teams



  17. Catfan
    3:48 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    Clemons will rush for 200+ yards



  18. BPsycho
    3:49 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    Field Goals = 6

    Free Tydlacka!



  19. Agree
    3:55 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    With #11, rushing yards most likely to fall.



  20. jay
    4:04 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    lowest attendance?



  21. ConfusedFan
    4:26 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    Both Louisville and UK could see new individual rushing records…I don’t see either team trusting their QB’s.



  22. Les Miles
    5:09 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    It’s gonna be a crazy game… even by MY standards! Louvull will have 5 turnovers, a record for this game, and Kentucky wins 31-16. Dem Bayou Bengals would beat Louvull by 60.



  23. Lee Corso
    5:13 pm September 17, 2011 Permalink

    I just put on a Wildcat head. The Cards don’t have anyone like John Madeya, Tom Jackson, or Howard Stephens… like I had years ago. UK is down in talent from recent years, but NOT SO FAST, my friend. UK 28, my former team 13.