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Tennessee WR kicks JJ Weaver in the groin; Drake Jackson flips off Vols defender

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Weaver, Jackson and the Cats did all the laughing Saturday.

The Kentucky Wildcats finally defeated the rival Tennessee Volunteers at Neyland Stadium as they used a 34-7 laugher to end their 17-game losing streak dating back to 1984 on Rocky Top.

Throughout the game, the Vols took their frustration out on the Cats. In the third quarter, Tennessee wide receiver Ramel Keyton was flagged for kicking J.J. Weaver in the groin.

Late in the fourth quarter, video found by Kentucky fan Nick Tankersley on Twitter featured UK center Drake Jackson thrown to the ground by Tennessee linebacker Quavaris Crouch.

Jackson responded the best way possible, however, as instead of starting a fight, he flipped double birds at the Volunteers linebacker.

Clearly, the Vols players did not handle being pushed around by a Wildcat team that had not one in Knoxville in 36 years.

With the loss, Tennessee, who entered Saturday’s contest ranked 18th in the country, is now 2-2 and will have to take on the Alabama Crimson Tide next weekend.

Good luck, Vols nation.