Kentucky just upset Lamar Jackson and Louisville.
Kentucky was already bowl eligible heading into its rivalry game at Louisville on Saturday, but the Wildcats strengthened their resume with a win over the Cardinals.
With the game knotted at 38-38, Lamar Jackson fumbled with 1:45 left in regulation inside the Kentucky red zone. The Wildcats managed to move the ball to the Louisville 29-yard line and with 12 seconds remaining, and Austin MacGinnis made this 47-yard field goal to give Kentucky the edge:
Kentucky held on to win the contest 41-38, improving to 7-5 on the year. Louisville dropped to 9-3 on the season with the loss.
Jackson ended the day going 16-for-25 through the air or 281 yards two touchdowns and three interceptions on top of his crucial fumble.