It’s a complicated time of the year for Kentucky defensive end Josh Allen, right, and his older sister Myisha Hines-Allen, a star forward on the Louisville basketball team. “We don’t talk Kentucky-Louisville too much,” Josh said this week. “We just support each other.”
It’s a complicated time of the year for Kentucky defensive end Josh Allen, right, and his older sister Myisha Hines-Allen, a star forward on the Louisville basketball team. “We don’t talk Kentucky-Louisville too much,” Josh said this week. “We just support each other.” Mark Humphrey, AP and Mark Cornelison | staff mcornelison@herald-leader.com
It’s a complicated time of the year for Kentucky defensive end Josh Allen, right, and his older sister Myisha Hines-Allen, a star forward on the Louisville basketball team. “We don’t talk Kentucky-Louisville too much,” Josh said this week. “We just support each other.” Mark Humphrey, AP and Mark Cornelison | staff mcornelison@herald-leader.com

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