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The 12 best moments from this video of Kentucky celebrating the win over Louisville

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It’s been four days, so let’s relive Kentucky’s win over Louisville with this amazing video by Mark Cornelison from the Herald-Leader of the celebrations on the field right after the horn sounded:

I liked this video so much I broke it down into my 12 favorite pics/GIFs:

1. We are all this guy strolling by:

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2. Bobby Petrino having to walk through the celebration:

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3. The ensuing scuffle:

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4. Cole Mosier (74) telling his team to back off and go towards the visitor’s section:

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5. Triumphant Matt Elam:

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6. The scene when the team approached its fans in the visitor’s section:

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Look at all those L’s down!

7. Denzil Ware and Kyle Meadows randomly fist bumping Matt Bevin

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8. The moment they get the Governor’s Cup:

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9. Triumphant Stoops:

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10. Garrett Johnson…wait for it….

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11. Benny sharing a moment with his family

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12. …and then with Boom:

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Just awesome. Again, kudos to Mark at the Herald-Leader for getting such amazing footage, which we will watch over and over again for years to come. Seriously, bookmark that puppy.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

3 Comments for The 12 best moments from this video of Kentucky celebrating the win over Louisville



  1. InigoMontoya
    3:53 pm November 30, 2016 Permalink

    Well done, Mrs. T!!!



  2. wildcat502
    4:15 pm November 30, 2016 Permalink

    Louisville played 4 teams with winning records and lost to 3 of them. A good schedule can make a 6-6 team go 9-3.