For the first time since 1984 the Kentucky Wildcats have beaten the Tennessee Volunteers. Tennessee’s offense looked more like a train wreck then the well oiled machine most thought it would be today. Being a die-hard Tennessee fan, what’s hardest to swallow is the fact that the Vols were beaten by a wide receiver posing as a quarterback. Kentucky threw only 6 passes, completing 4 of them for 15 yards.
Tyler Bray and the Tennessee offense struggled early and often in the game. Bray completed 15 of 38 passes for 215 yards, 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions, the second of which sealed the Kentucky victory. Da’Rick Rogers was absent with only 2 catches for 38 yards.
I will give Kentucky credit for playing very good defense and special teams. Winning two out of three phases of the game is usually a very good recipe for success and it proved to be so for the Kentucky Wildcats on this day.
About the Author
Written by Corey Graham
I have been a sports fan for as long as I remember. Sports are one of my favorite topics and I talk about them at some point every day of the week. My favorite teams are the Tennesee Titans, Tennessee Volunteers football and basketball, Detroit Red Wings, and the Los Angeles Lakers.