Cats to Play Cards on ESPN

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Updated: 4/10/2012 12:07 am
Kentucky and Louisville will meet for the 7th time on a Sunday for the Governor's Cup.

The previous six meetings came from 2002-06 and again in 2008.

Again, the time and date:  Sunday, September, 2nd (3:30 on ESPN)

The Cats will be three players light when the two programs clash at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

Linebackers Tim Patterson and Justin Henderson left the team on their own decision.
Defensive lineman Nermin Dellic was dismissed for a violation of team rules.

None of the three were starters.  Henderson was second on the depth chart at strongside linebacker.  Patterson was third at weakside.  Dellic was deep on the tackles list for spring ball.
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