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HALF: Kentucky leads Louisville 17-13

After 30 minutes of play, your University of Kentucky Wildcats lead the Louisville Cardinals 17-13 in a monsoon at Kroger Field.

Louisville got on the board first, Micale Cunningham throwing a 33-yard touchdown pass to Tutu Atwell on fourth down. Ryan Chalifoux missed the extra point, and on the next drive, Kentucky responded, AJ Rose running it in from four yards out to make it 7-6.

From there, the Cats took over. Kavosiey Smoke busted out a 70-yard run to take it to Louisville’s six-yard line, with Lynn Bowden blocking downfield:

On the next play, Bowden ran it in for a touchdown:

Kentucky sniffed out a blatant fake punt on Louisville’s next drive, setting Matt Ruffolo up for a 45-yard field goal to make it 17-6. Just when it looked like the Cats would go into the locker room with an 11-point lead, they gave up a 56-yard run by Javian Hawkins for a touchdown, making the halftime score 17-13.

No more explosive plays for Louisville in the second half, please.

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5 Comments for HALF: Kentucky leads Louisville 17-13



  1. spincr4hire72
    1:27 pm November 30, 2019 Permalink

    Horrible first half ending



  2. makeitstop
    1:29 pm November 30, 2019 Permalink

    Is it just me or does anyone else feel like we have seen this movie before and know how it ends?



    • 4everUKBlue
      1:33 pm November 30, 2019 Permalink

      It’s not just you, I’m afraid the second half is not going to go well, would’ve been nice to go into the second half up 17-6.



    • 4everUKBlue
      2:42 pm November 30, 2019 Permalink

      Guess we were wrong…Lol VMI come out come out wherever you are….



    • Corder
      3:35 pm November 30, 2019 Permalink

      Haha ain’t no where to be found