Photos by Michael Bennett BY Bill Crockett (LEXINGTON, Ky.) — Kentucky (7-5, 3-5 SEC) weathered a torrential downpour and overpowered in-state rival Louisville, 45-13, in a beatdown at Kroger Field. Coach Stoops’ squad mercilessly spanked “Little Brother” in front of a boisterous home crowd. Much to the chagrin of Coach Satterfield, rain gear-clad fans
LEXINGTON, Ky.— Lynn Bowden Jr. may not be a serious contender for the prestigious Heisman Trophy Award, but there’s no doubt he is Kentucky’s Most Valuable Player. The Kentucky receiver-turned-quarterback rushed for 284 yards and four touchdowns, including a 60-yard dash to the end zone to open the second half to
Photo by Victoria Graff By LARRY VAUGHT Would seem there was no way to have a controversy after Kentucky pounded Louisville 45-13 Saturday, it’s second straight lopsided win over the Cardinals, but apparently I was wrong. Kentucky ran at will as Louisville had no answers for Lynn Bowden or Kentucky’s explosive running plays.
UK Athletics PHoto of quarterback Lynn Bowden with offensive line coach John Schlarman and his players after Saturday's win By LARRY VAUGHT Not only did Kentucky rush for a school record 517 yards against Louisville Saturday, but receiver turned quarterback Lynn Bowden had 284 of those yards -- 11th most in any