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Sun September 2, 2012
Cards Beat Wildcats 32-14
The Governor's Cup will remain in Louisville for another year.
The Louisville Cards defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 32-14 today as the programs renewed their rivalry for the 25th time.
It was Louisville's second straight victory over Kentucky but the first at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium since 2006.
U of L running back Jeremy Wright ran for three touchdowns and sophomore quarterback Teddy Bridgewater passed for 232 yards.
Senorise Perry added a 47 yard touchdown run for the Cards, and John Wallace kicked a 22 yard field goal.
Kentucky's scoring came on two Maxwell Smith touchdown passes.
The Cards host Missouri State next Saturday; the Wildcats play Kent State next Saturday night in Lexington.