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If you’re searching for assurance that some Kentucky Wildcats football players will be back for next season, you’re going to have to wait until after the bowl game, specifically for both Will Levis and Jacquez Jones.
On Mark Stoops’ weekly radio show, both Levis and Jones said that they would be waiting until after the bowl game to decide on their future.
“I’m still thinking about it,” Jones said. “I feel like I’m gonna make my decision after the bowl game. I’ll wait till after the bowl.”
Levis was in the same boat.
“I haven’t really had any time to even think about that throughout the season,” Levis said Tuesday. “Now that we have these few weeks between now and the bowl game, it’s time for me to kind of finally think about what my actual options are and what the realistic expectations are one way or the other.
Levis threw for 2,593 yards, 23 touchdowns, and added an extra 387 rushing yards and nine touchdowns rushing.
“I’m going to take this time to figure it out, weigh the pros and cons,” Levis added. “When the time comes, I’ll make it official and public.”
Jones allotted 86 total tackles, half…
Serge Bonin says he feels like he’s a voice for everyone in Lévis who supported his party on its first foray into municipal politics. (Susan Campbell/CBC - image credit)
When the Lévis Mayor Gilles Lehouillier walks into chambers for the first city council meeting of his third mandate Monday night, he'll be facing an opposition councillor for the first time in four years.
Serge Bonin is the lone candidate from the newly minted Repensons Lévis party to win a seat on council in the Nov. 7 vote. He beat the incumbent in the district of Saint-Étienne, Mario Fortier, by a slim 72 votes.
"I'm a little bit surprised to be there," Bonin says with a laugh, "but I think I have something to offer the citizens. I have the curiosity to be there. And I have the will to change some things."
The Lehouillier machine
Bonin's election is all the more surprising, given the dominance of Lehouillier and his party in Lévis politics since his first election as mayor in 2013. That year, Lehouillier's team took 14 of 15 council seats (there was one independent voted in).
In 2017, the mayor's party swept every district — with 10 candidates running…
So much for a close game.
Despite Las Vegas odds-makers establishing Louisville as a two-point favorite entering the game, the streak of consecutive Governors' Cup rivalry blowouts hit four games with a Kentucky 52-21 win. UK has now won the last three rivalry games by a combined 153-44 score.
"The trophy means a lot," Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said. "We have a place for it for a reason. That’s where we want to go back and put it. It looks good in there."
Kentucky quarterback Will Levis did much of the damage, completing 14 of 18 passes for 149 yards while gaining 113 yards on 14 carries. He tied a school record with four rushing touchdowns in the win.
UK running back Chris Rodriguez tied a school record with his eighth 100-yard rushing performance of the season with 16 carries for 121 yards and one touchdown. Wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson broke the school record for catches in a season with nine receptions for 97 yards to give him 94 catches on the year.
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