LOUISIVLLE, Ky. (WYMT) - Kentucky football finishes the 2018 regular season with the program's best record since 1977 (10-1).
The Wildcats won in dominating fashion over archrival Louisville, 56-10. The victory is the second largest margin in the series.
Benny Snell finished with 100 yards and two touchdowns. Terry Wilson threw for 17/23, 261 yards, and three touchdowns.
The win improves the Wildcats to 9-3 overall, and it's just the second time the Cats have won nine regular-season games in the past 68 years.
It also gives the current senior class (2015-18) the most wins (28) in their career since the class from (2007-10) won 28. The class from 2006-2009 won 30 total games.
The Wildcats now wait to see which bowl game they will be selected to.