It's enough to drive you crazy, seeing Kentucky play by far its best half of the season against SEC competition and wind up weirdly behind by 3 points. Because Kentucky, I guess.
I really don't know what to say, except that if the Wildcats come out in the second half like they came out in the first, we still have a chance to win this football game. The Kentucky defense has been great, but more importantly, they have had some rest. The offense converted 6 third downs (over two games' worth) in the first half alone, while Vandy only converted 2.
Kentucky is averaging almost 5 yards per play, and Vandy less than 3. Total yards, 169-79. Domination everywhere except where it matters the most.
Fortunately, Kentucky has another half to figure it out and find a way to win. Here are a few quick tweets:
Citing that last play as a "forced turnover" for Vandy is an example of how stats don't always tell the story.— Jeff Drummond (@JDrumUK) November 16, 2013
This is clearly a game Kentucky can win. Not many of those on the schedule. If Cats can't do it, imagine fan unrest will rise significantly.— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_CJ) November 16, 2013