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Scenes from a wild postgame locker room


As you might expect, the visitors’ locker room at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium was WILD after the Cats pulled off the upset, and thanks to the wonders of social media, we’re able to bring you some of the sights and sounds:

No one may have been as happy as Lamar Thomas, the former UofL coach that switched sides this season:







This is awesome.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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12 Comments for Scenes from a wild postgame locker room

  1. UKfanman01
    4:17 pm November 26, 2016 Permalink

    Great way to top the season off. Stoops n Company pulled off the win. I didn’t find this as an upset as UK is underrated and UofLol is not as good as advertised. They beat Florida State this year and dropped every big game they’ve played in. Good to see this payoff for the seniors and everyone that bought into the program. I can’t wait to see the post game from that one coach from the team that lost. Love that Heisman pose before he dropped the ball too lol. Oh yeah, it’s even sweeter that UofLol basketball lost yesterday too

  2. APB for cats paw!!! APB for cats paw!!!

  3. buzzard
    4:21 pm November 26, 2016 Permalink

    Stephen Johnson for Heisman. GO BIG BLUE!!!! It’s a great day to be a Wildcat!!!

  4. Kyblue34
    4:32 pm November 26, 2016 Permalink

    Couldn’t be more proud of the guys! What a great game!

  5. jaws2
    4:37 pm November 26, 2016 Permalink

    Hey 502CodeRed otherwise know as mr. SLAPDICK, where are you NOW???
    Pull it baby, PULLLLL IT !!!!!

  6. jaws2
    4:42 pm November 26, 2016 Permalink

    Somebody check out the 2nd street bridge, their JUMPING OFF in mass!!!!

    The Ohoi river is turning red downstream!!!!

    ACC MY ASS!!!!

  7. runningunnin.454
    4:43 pm November 26, 2016 Permalink

    I was at work as usual; can’t listen to radio, can’t watch on the computer.
    I want to thank all the folks on the “live blog”; thanks, guys, for being my eyes on this terrific day.