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Tennessee Volunteers @ Kentucky Wildcats: Open Game Thread

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Today, the Kentucky Wildcats welcome the Tennessee Volunteers into Commonwealth Stadium for the final game of their 2011-12 season, and the Wildcats' senior day. Here are the particulars via

Tennessee @ Kentucky
Kentucky vs. Tennessee
Sat., Nov. 26 - 12:21 p.m. ET
Lexington, Ky.
Gameday Information
Commonwealth Stadium
Game Notes: UK Get Acrobat Reader | UT Get Acrobat Reader
TV: SEC Network
Radio: UK IMG
Live Video via ESPN3
Live Audio
Text Updates

Both Tennessee and Kentucky have something to play for today. Tennessee has a bowl riding on a victory today, and Kentucky could end the 26-year UT winning streak that has bedeviled the Wildcats faithful for so long. A victory today would take some of the sting out of this utterly forgettable season by Kentucky, and get rid of one more nagging issue that invariably comes up for ridicule every year.

Today, I have no hopes whatsoever other than for somehow pulling out a victory. I don't care how it happens, or why, I only care about seeing that stupid streak die.

If Matt Roark must play quarterback, he must. Hopefully, he can do something to move the football whether it be running or passing or throwing it to himself. At this point, UK is so banged up and depleted on offense, we might be better off putting our biggest offensive linemen in the backfield and letting Roark hand the ball to them and hope they can go three yards and a cloud of dust. Whatever works. Throw the playbook out the window, go to whatever ridiculous formation might produce and outcome, anything to get the ball in the end zone as often as possible.

That's all I have. Just win, baby.

Go 'Cats!