It was an easy win for the Cats, but a struggle for UK fans to get to and from the game!
Thousands spent their time before the game tailgating, but some remained struck in game day traffic all across Lexington.
"They've got Cooper blocked off, so I had to come around and people are parking all the way over as far as in the parking lot there at Morton's," said Ryan Edwards, who drove to park near Commonwealth Stadium.
Some people even say this year's traffic is the worst they've seen.
"Today was awful. I mean it usually takes me about five minutes to get downtown. I live on Richmond Road, but it took me about like 25 today," said Hugo Schurr, a driver.
"A win for the Cats, a loss for the traffic! No good," said Campbell Query, who is a UK fan.
But others say they just avoid bumper to bumper jams all together.
"The parking is what it is. It's always been the same way. And I think the police do the best job they can, but the farther you park and walk, the better off you'll be," said Mark Query, a driver.
Regardless, true UK fans say they bleed blue, and if that means sitting in the car for an extra hour or walking miles to Commonwealth Stadium, then that's what they'll do.
Lexington police directed traffic behind Commonwealth Stadium after the game, specifically at the intersection of Tates Creek Road and Alumni Drive.
Some two-way streets were made into one-ways to relieve traffic after the game.