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Kentucky routs rival Louisville 52-21; Levis runs for 4 TDs

The Wildcats earned their fourth rivalry win in five meetings

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Will Levis rushed for career highs of four touchdowns and 113 yards, and Kentucky scored on its first four possessions to cruise past rival Louisville 52-21 and win the Governor’s Cup for the third consecutive time. 

Big contributions by his feet and arm helped the Wildcats’ junior quarterback outgain Louisville by himself (195-144) by halftime. 

Levis rushed for TDs of 29 and 7 yards on their first two possessions, then followed Matt Ruffolo’s 43-yard field goal with a 5-yard score and 1-yard TD.

The Wildcats earned their fourth rivalry win in five meetings.

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