Kentucky, Louisville Renew Governor’s Cup Through 2027

first_img The Cardinals got their first win in the series in 1995, winning 13-10.From 1994 to 2006, the game was played on the first week of the season. From 2007 to 2013, the game was played during the the third week of the season when hosted by the Wildcats, and the first week of the season when hosted by the Cardinals. In 2014, the date of the game was changed to the last week of the season for all venues.Last year Kentucky beat Louisville 56-10, their largest margin of victory over the Cardinals since 1922. The win gave the Wildcats wins in two of their last three.To date, Kentucky leads the all-time series 16-15.[] Terry Wilson runs during Kentucky-Louisville football.LOUISVILLE, KY – NOVEMBER 24: Terry Wilson #3 of the Kentucky Wildcats runs with the ball against the Louisville Cardinals on November 24, 2018 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)The Kentucky-Louisville football rivalry lacks the history and prestige of its basketball counterpart. But since 1994 it’s been contested annually, and it looks like it won’t be going away any time soon.According to, the Kentucky-Louisville football rivalry, also known as the Governor’s Cup, is being extended until 2027. The two sides have played each other annually since 1994, alternating home venues each year.From the report:Louisville and Kentucky will continue their annual battle for The Governor’s Cup through the 2027 season, has learned.A copy of the contract extension was obtained by from the University of Louisville via a state open records request.Louisville and Kentucky have been playing under a contract that began with the 2011 season. It called for games to be played during the first three weeks of the season from 2011 through 2016.First played in 1912, Kentucky did not allow Louisville to score once in the first six games of the rivalry, winning all six. After a 70 year hiatus from 1924 to 1994, the rivalry renewed with Kentucky once again beating Louisville.last_img read more

42B approved for oil gas governance – Harmon

Director General of the Ministry of the Presidency, Joseph Harmon.An external loan agreement between the Government of Guyana and the International Development Agency (IDA) for the sum G$4.2BILLION (US$20million) was recently approved by Cabinet. The Government has said that this will aid the Guyana Petroleum Resources Governance and Management Project.According to Director General of the Ministry of the Presidency, Joseph Harmon, “the objective of this project is to support the legal and institutional framework as well as key institutions to manage the oil and gas sector.”The announcement was made by Harmon yesterday. He told the media that Cabinet directed that the agreement, presented by Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan be laid in the National Assembly.The Guyana Petroleum Resources Governance and Management Project is supported by the World Bank and aims to enhance Government’s capacity to achieve its management goals for the sector.There are four components to the project. These are; enhancement of legal framework and stakeholder engagement, capacity building of key institutions, enhancement of fiscal management and project management, provide support and enhance procurement, financial management, safeguards management, monitoring and evaluation capacity through the provision to the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) and the Department of Energy.The project was approved by the World Bank on March 29, 2019, DPI reported.The government has received severe criticisms from various stakeholders in relation to its management of the oil and gas sector, especially as it relates to transparency and accountability. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGuyana to participate in Singapore, World Bank trainingNovember 4, 2016In “Local News”Petroleum consultants to guide oil industry developmentMarch 17, 2017In “latest news”President hints at staffing Department of Energy with foreign expertsApril 11, 2018In “latest news” read more