Continue Drinking The Blue Kool-Aid

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Finally.  It finally happened.  In what seems like an eternity, Kentucky finally beat Louisville yesterday.  Not just any run-of-the-mill U of L team either.  It was a team ranked #9 in the nation.

Questions still linger though.  Will the Cats finally be voted into the top 25 or does tradition continue to stop the votes from coming in?  Does Arkansas’ loss yesterday say that they are vulnerable or does it say they will be pissed next weekend in Fayetteville?  Is this finally the season that Kentucky breaks through and wins 10 games (9 regular season, 1 bowl game)?  Does beating #9 Louisville say that this could finally be the year that we upset Tennessee when they come in to Commenwealth at the end of the year?

The answers are all the same.  We’ll see.  But right now, Cats fans are in a position they have not been since 2002 when they won their first 4 and beat Louisville.  So continue drinking that blue Kool-Aid all you Big Blue fans and hopefully their will be a good showing of blue in Fayetteville next weekend.

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9 Responses to “Continue Drinking The Blue Kool-Aid”

  1. smoothron Says:

    UK ranked as 21 and 23!! Remember, too much juice drinking can result in an upset stomach.

  2. TheGoldfishCowboy Says:

    orange kool aid on wholesale

  3. eDayStat Says:

    It’s DRANK!

  4. BobWicket Says:

    Did anyone notice the striking resemblance of Steve Johnson and one BobWicket running free on the last play of the game only to be hit in stride with a perfect pass from Andre (eDayStat) Woodson for the game winning touchdown? Coincidence, I really don’t think so.

  5. TheGoldfishCowboy Says:

    You know what’s a damn shame… That there is a weekly poll of two sets of experts, and they have to try to rank all these different teams against each other with all kinds of varying degrees of criteria and speculation.

    If only there was some way… some kind of contest, maybe… where we could pit two of the teams against each other… that would allow these experts some kind of visual or statistical evidence with which to compare two teams with similar records and similar talent… like say a “scoring system” when the two teams were competing on the same field, heck there could even be a “winner” and a “loser” that could help differentiate between two closely matched teams.

    Louisville (2-1) #18

    Kentucky (3-0) #21

    damn.

  6. BobWicket Says:

    I could not have said it better. I was going to address this, but feared the homer factor would have been too high.

  7. 2ndstorylloyd Says:

    TOO HIGH? WHAT’S THAT MEAN, TOO HIGH??

  8. TheGoldfishCowboy Says:

    after the week 2 games, on a blog-site somewhere (i can’t remember where), some fine enterprising blogger put together a listing of “strange” ballots… you know, like michigan 0-2, and still ranked #17, or #22 or what have you.

    i’ve looked today but have yet to find it for this week’s poll. if anyone finds that (or knows the site i’m referencing), or even a listing of all the writers’/coaches’ ballots i’d love to see it.

  9. TheGoldfishCowboy Says:

    got it. Holly found it for me. Post upcoming.

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