This year marks the 110th anniversary of the first football meeting between Louisville and Kentucky. The Governor’s Cup was played six times between 1912 and 1924 before play was suspended for 70 years. During that time, the Wildcats outplayed the Cardinals 210-0.

It wasn’t until the Governor’s Cup resumed in Lexington on September 3, 1994 that the Cardinals scored for the first time against the Wildcats. Tailback Anthony Shelman dove into the end zone from 1 yard to tie the game at 7 in the second quarter. Louisville eventually fell 20-14 to UK, the Wildcats’ only win of the year. The Cardinals would not get their first win over the Wildcats until next year.

Shelman’s name will forever be engraved in Governor’s Cup history, an honor he’s still proud of nearly 30 years later. From the pre-game hype and excitement to his goal, here’s what Shelman had to say about the 1994 Governor’s Cup:

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