Monday, September 01, 2008

Kentucky 27, Louisville 2

Matthew and I went to Papa John's Stadium yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed the whipping that our Wildcats administered to the Cardinals. We went early, found a parking space beside a shade tree, set up the grill, and hit our ribeye steaks (marinaded overnight with Dale's seasoning) hard. They may very well have been the best tasting steaks ever produced from our trusty Coleman's portable grill, if I do say so myself. That's really saying something, as that grill has produced some outstanding grub over the years.

Matthew Enjoying A Ribeye Steak Sandwich

We had time to mingle with other fans before game. Though the Louisville team did not show much energy during the game, the tailgating fans exhibited a high level of excitement that really needs to be experienced to fully understand.

We agreed that the pole dancing (shown below) was a bit much. For what it's worth, Kentucky fans were not participating, only Cardinal fans.

Our favorite play of the game is when 310 pound defensive lineman Myron Pryor picked up a fumble and ran it back for a touchdown. Matthew and I can actually be seen in the crowd when viewing the ESPN broadcast on a big screen television. Matthew spotted us when we were watching the dvr recording we made of the game. He was pretty excited about it.

"Myron Pryor...310 Pounds Of Glory"


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