The Louisville Cardinals and the Kentucky Wildcats got into a tussle in the first quarter of their game today.
Louisville’s Heisman trophy winning quarterback Lamar Jackson was in the middle of it, and tensions were running high throughout the game.
With the opportunity to make a statement on their home turf, the Kentucky Wildcats put up a stinker and lost 44-17.
In fact, their marching band might have been the highlight of the entire game for the Wildcats.
During their halftime show, the Wildcats took a not-so-subtle stab at the Louisville athletic program.
What is the UK band trying to say? pic.twitter.com/AiYpwyfzl4
— Jen Smith (@ByJenSmith) November 25, 2017
The Louisville basketball team is currently embroiled in one of the ugliest pay-for-play scandals in NCAA history. With that in mind, it isn’t hard to decipher what the Kentucky band was getting at here. They formed a huge dollar bill at midfield.
Hats off to the Kentucky program.
As the old saying goes: “if you can’t beat em’, mock em’.”