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Bobby Petrino Was Upset With A Reporter's Question About Lamar Jackson After Loss To Kentucky

Bobby Petrino was not happy with a reporter's question about Lamar Jackson after his team's loss to Kentucky on Saturday.

Louisville lost its rivalry game to Kentucky on Saturday, and it's fair to say that star quarterback Lamar Jackson didn't have his best game. Jackson, the leading Heisman Trophy candidate, finished 16-of-25 for 281 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. He also rushed for 171 yards and two touchdowns while being sacked three times.

After the game, Petrino was asked if he thought Jackson stayed in the pocket too long at times. Petrino was not happy with the question. Here's video, via John Lewis of WDRB:

Louisville didn't have much of a shot at the College Football Playoff, but it's still tough to lose your final game of the season - especially to a rival. Kentucky fans, meanwhile, have been waiting to get revenge on the Cardinals for quite some time.