Kentucky rewrites Governors Cup history books after blowing by Louisville

Kentucky quarterback Lynn Bowden Jr. (1) runs with the ball during the first half of the NCAA college football game against Louisville, Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019, in Lexington, Ky.
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LEXINGTON, Ky.- Governor’s Cup records broken or tied during Kentucky’s 45-13 win on Saturday:


Most Rushing Yards: 517, Kentucky (old record 363 by Louisville, 2006)

Most Rushing Touchdowns: 6, Kentucky (tied record by Louisville, 2006)

Fewest Passing Attempts: 2, Kentucky (old record 14 by Kentucky, 1994)

Fewest Completions: 1, Kentucky (old record 7 by Kentucky, 1994)

Fewest Passing Yards: 4, Kentucky (old record 79 by Louisville, 2018)

Fewest Penalties: 2, Kentucky (old record 3 by Kentucky 1994 and 2005, Louisville 2006)


Most Rushing Yards: 284, Lynn Bowden Jr., Kentucky (old record 186 by Lamar Jackson, 2015)

Most Rushing Touchdowns: 4, Lynn Bowden Jr., Kentucky (old record 3 by Michael Bush, 2006)