Good Sunday morning BBN, these are your Wildcat quickies. Kentucky got beaten rather badly by Alabama last night, as expected. It was a very up and down game for the Cats when looking at each individual aspect; the defense looked outstanding at certain points, forcing a turnover and actually keeping Alabama’s time of possession lower than Kentucky’s. However, the offense struggled mightily. Stephen Johnson threw for just 89 yards and a QBR of 10.2. Meanwhile, Kentucky’s leading rusher, Jojo Kemp, had just 39 yards on 10 carries.
The team has had an up and down season, and this game was an example of that. The Cats have shown great ability on both sides of the ball at different times of the season, but they have to keep grinding to reach their full potential, and bring it all together.
There’s no better time for them to bring it together than against Vanderbilt next week, a must-win to reach 6-6 and a bowl this season.
Tweet of the day
I lowkey wanted Louisville football to win it— De'Aaron Fox (@Swipathef0x) October 2, 2016
In due time, De’Aaron Fox will realize that this isn’t cool. Let’s forgive him on this one.
Kentucky struck first, and then it all went downhill as they scored just 6 points in total.
Stoops discussed turnovers hurting the Cats and what the message is going forward.
The Wildcats would’ve had to have been perfect to have any chance against Alabama, and that didn’t happen.
It was obvious that Kentucky wasn’t coming up with a win against the Tide, but they now have a lot of work left to do this season.
It was tough sledding for the Wildcats offense in Tuscaloosa.
A live feed of postgame updates from coaches and players.
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