The most astonishing thing about the first half of this game was Aaron Boyd, who seems to have been possessed by the spirit of Jerry Rice. Boyd has single-digit catches in 3 years at Kentucky since he was recruited as the #1 player in the state. Suddenly, he gets a start in his second game as a senior and has 7 catches for 73 yards and a touchdown, and pulled an unbelievable grab out of the air to put Kentucky in position for their half-ending field goal.
Kentucky's defense has once again surrendered a lot of yards on the ground, but other than a big play from scrimmage that resulted in Kent St.'s only points, the Wildcats have played the bend-but-don't-break game okay. The problem is, this is a MAC team, not an SEC team.
Let's hope the Wildcats are a little sharper in the second half on both sides of the ball.