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Josh Allen wanted to Plant the Kentucky Flag in Louisville’s Logo

As the final seconds ticked off the clock at Cardinal Stadium, Josh Allen’s attention was not on the field.  His eyes were focused on Kentucky’s enormous UK flag.

With just over a minute to play, Allen unraveled the flag in front of the Kentucky cheering section and began his postgame celebration.

Allen shared no remorse for his actions.

“That’s just all the emotions I had built up the whole game.  I knew we were going to win the game.  I knew we had the best players out there on the field,” Allen said.

“They did it, so we’re going to do it.  They embarrassed us on our field last year and now we embarrassed them.  That was my last game, my last regular season game and I just had to do it.  It was the only way.  It was only right to do it.”

Well, he was sorry about one thing: he’s sorry he didn’t plant the flag at midfield.

They’re lucky they got turf.

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

8 Comments for Josh Allen wanted to Plant the Kentucky Flag in Louisville’s Logo



  1. T-wah
    11:42 pm November 24, 2018 Permalink

    I know these guys potentially have a lot to lose if they were to get hurt, but this bowl game is HUGE for our program. Selfishly, I really hope all of them decide to play. Let’s finish off one of the most historic seasons we’ve had in decades.



    • UK Big Board Update
      1:35 am November 25, 2018 Permalink

      I havent seen Luether post… I’d say he’s PRETTY MAD RIGHT NOW.

  2. If LAU loses their game, then it’s robbery. They forced a fumble after an A&M pass and catch in the first OT and the refs ruled it an incomplete pass.

  3. And go Josh! We’re so proud you play for us.



  4. shelby
    10:14 am November 25, 2018 Permalink

    I don’t think winning a bowl game matters; it’s just an exhibition game unless ur un the playoffs. GETTING to the bowl is huge for the extra practice for the younger kids. Winning not so important.



    • ClutchCargo
      10:38 am November 25, 2018 Permalink

      I have said that myself many times when we were going to the lower tier bowls with 6 wins, but this is different. Winning a Citrus Bowl and getting that 10th win would be huge for the program, and a sign that we really are turning the corner



  5. JASUN74
    4:24 pm November 25, 2018 Permalink

    I would understand completely if josh may want to skip the bowl game. They have
    A whole lot to lose. Honestly, if I were Coach Stoops, I would thank Josh and tell him it’s time to start getting ready for your Dreams. Lol. We have a great bunch of young guys that need reps. Selfishly, I to would love to see 41 on more time in the blue and white. Lol.