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Friday Headlines: UK - UofL Football Rivalry in Danger?

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Good morning BBN.

With the SEC likely moving to a nine-game conference schedule, that’s putting many rivalries within the south in danger.

Among them would be the Kentucky Wildcats’ in-state rivalry with the Louisville Cardinals, a series that’s seen UK dominate recently. Mark Stoops’ bunch has won four of five in this series, the last three being by 46, 32 and 21 points respectively.

So yeah, if this rivalry does end, congrats to UofL on one less likely embarrassment for them per year.

What are your thoughts on the rivalry potentially ending?

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Kentucky reportedly arguing to keep 8-game SEC football schedule
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Kentucky vs. Louisville: The Governor’s Cup is in Jeopardy
The Governor’s Cup is scheduled through 2030, but a scheduling change by the SEC could serve as the beginning of the end to the rivalry game

Calipari lays out plan to expand Oscar Tshiebwe's game
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Kentucky vs. Louisville recruiting battle is brewing for Koby Keenum
Thanks to the addition of blue-chip quarterback Pierce Clarkson, Louisville’s recruiting operation has suddenly gone from a program that couldn’t recruit at a top-40 level to one that is near a top-10 pace as the summer begins for the class of 2023.

2023 NFL Draft odds: Kentucky quarterback Will Levis taking heavy betting action to be first overall pick
Thus far, 70 percent of all money wagered on the 2023 first overall pick at Caesars is on Levis, who will be 23 on June 27 -- older than the typical draftee. An Illinois bettor dropped $1,000 when he was +4000 for potential winnings of $40,000.

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