Found August 21, 2013 on College Spun:
The Battle of the Bluegrass is making some changes for next season. Starting in 2014, the Kentucky Wildcats and Louisville Cardinals will face-off for a regular season finale.  As it is now, the in-state rivals play at the beginning of the college football season — this season’s game is on September 14th.  According to UK Athletics, with this move, there will be four in-state rivalry games on the last weekend of college football: Florida vs. Florida State, Georgia vs. Georgia Tech, South Carolina vs. Clemson and now Kentucky vs. Louisville.  The Wildcats and Cardinals match-up is set for November 29th, 2014 in Louisville. 
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