During Saturday's Lousville-Kentucky game in Lexington, Louisville's Heisman-winning quarterback Lamar Jackson got knocked out of bounds and immediately shoved Kentucky's Jordan Jones, sparking a pseudo-wrestling match right on the gridiron. Though, in the future Jackson should be a bit more willing to walk away.
What happened almost as much as the football, however, was the fighting. Bonnafon rushed 11 yards for his second score, Jackson followed with a 29-yard TD pass to Dez Fitzpatrick and the Cardinals rolled to their biggest victory margin in the series since a 59-28 win in 2006. Then in retaliation, Jackson got up and gave Jones a shove, eventually leading to the two of them falling to the ground in a scuffle.
Officials penalized both schools for unsportsmanlike conduct.
United Kingdom only picked up 110 yards on 19 attempts through the air, and United Kingdom quarterback Stephen Johnson only completed 42 percent of his passes in the game. That hate was on full display early in Saturday's game, when Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson was involved in a scrap that lasted a couple of minutes.
Kroger Field was almost devoid of Cats fans by the time the final horn sounded.