When you take a beating like Louisville just did, you deserve just about every form of taunting you get.
That includes the infamous L’s down, which is often displayed by opposing fans and players when facing the Cardinals.
As you can imagine, there’s a lot of L’s going down all throughout the Commonwealth after Kentucky thrashed Louisville 45-13, marking the second-straight year in which the Wildcats beat their rivals by 32+ points.
Apparently, Cardinals head coach Scott Satterfield is a tad salty about it.
During the postgame coaches handshake, Satterfield appeared to be expressing frustration over the L’s down during his encounter with Mark Stoops.
Satterfield complaining about L's down. pic.twitter.com/UReRvuUlTJ— Scott Charlton (@Scott_Charlton) November 30, 2019
Couldn't agree more, Coach Satterfield. pic.twitter.com/XKHO5p2nOR— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) November 30, 2019
Mark Stoops: “If an Ls down is going to offend them, there’s going to be a lot worse in the rivalry.”— rickbozich (@rickbozich) November 30, 2019
Mind you, this is the coach Louisville fans wouldn’t trade to get Nick Saban. I guess that means Mark Stoops is Dabo Swinney (or kickers).
Wow, Satterfield really is Saban 2.0 pic.twitter.com/ZHlJf1gUFp— Scott Charlton (@Scott_Charlton) November 30, 2019