Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Photo: Louisville fan uses lawn to smack talk rival



It's no secret that University of Louisville and University of Kentucky fans don't like each other.

The two fanbases are always trying to find ways to outdo the other and this is the latest example by Louisville fan and resident Charles Blair.

Seen here is Blair using his lawn to throw a little smack talk toward those Wildcats in Lexington.

The Louisville-themed design features Cardinals starting quarterback and Heisman hopeful Teddy Bridgewater marking the city's geographic spot on an outline of Kentucky and declaring the Bluegrass the "State of Louisville" rather than the state of Kentucky.

For the record, the two rivals meet Sept. 14 on the football field.

Via Eye on College Football

7 comments:

  1. For the record Kentucky is a commonwealth not a state.

    Perhaps a dig at Louisville or an indictment of his education?

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    1. When both of your schools get a quality football team, come travel to Columbus.

      THE OHIO STATE BUCKEYES love to show you how inept that you are!

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    2. When Ohio State Buckeyes can finally beat a SEC team then come back and start talking smack!

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    3. I firmly believe that the University of Southern California Trojans are simply THE best team in the whole world--why they could probably beat the S.F. 49ers !! USC is soo good I likes 'em.
      Fight On.

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  2. Sorry, but we are not always trying to outdo each other. UofL will always be lil brother and we UK fans don’t pay them much mind, just like the way Alabama shrugs off Auburn.

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  3. Actually, the capital is in Bowling Green and Big Red is the Governor.

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