Kentucky could be facing a completely different offense when Louisville takes the field Saturday afternoon.
Sources tell KSR that Louisville’s quarterback room has been infected by a stomach bug. Micale Cunningham and Evan Conley have received IV treatments and are considered game-time decisions.
If Louisville’s two primary passers are unable to play, Scott Satterfield will hand the offense over to Tutu Atwell. The explosive wide receiver has gained over 1,000 yards receiving in 2019 and has played sporadically in the Wildcat, rushing the ball seven times for 20 yards this season.
Kentucky fans dread the sight of a backup quarterback. If the stomach bug sidelines the Cards’ quarterbacks, the Battle for the Governor’s Cup will be a Battle of Wildcat Quarterbacks.
A Louisville spokesman says the quarterbacks will be good to go. Carry on.
Was told from a team spokesman that the rumor that Micale Cunningham and Evan Conley being out today is not true. Cunningham will start today.
— Cameron Teague (@cj_teague) November 30, 2019