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  Should the best-case scenario come to pass, the University of Louisville football season could start ahead of schedule. U of L athletic director Vince Tyra is exploring the possibility of moving up the Cardinals' Sept. 3 opener against NC State to avoid a potential conflict with Churchill Downs' popular "Thurby" card, which last year attracted a record crowd of 48,212. "We're trying to sort out whether we can pull that (game) off Thursday night or whether we should be playing Wednesday night," Tyra said during a videoconference Wednesday night with U of L fans and donors."...It's a spectacular week. It's just an odd time of year." Cardinal Stadium's proximity to the racetrack makes it a significant source of parking for Churchill's peak crowds each spring. But with Kentucky Derby week pushed back to September because of COVID-19, a football game overlapping with a race day could result in clogged parking lots, congested traffic and overstretched city services. - Courier Journal

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