In this year’s conference-only schedule, there is little time to regroup after a bad loss.
That’s the case for Kentucky as they’ll look for answers following a 63-3 obliteration at the hands of the Alabama Crimson Tide with a matchup against the (currently) sixth-ranked Florida Gators in Gainesville.
Kentucky once again struggled to move the ball on offense, accumulating only 179 yards of total offense while the Crimson Tide offense lit up the Wildcats defense to the tune of 509 total yards.
The Wildcats will once again face a potent offense on Saturday in the form of Heisman contender Kyle Trask and tight end Kyle Pitts, who has eight touchdown catches on the year.
Kentucky has a lot to figure out this week to prep for the Gators in hopes of pulling off a huge upset win. Let’s hope they can do it.
Tweet of the Day
Final | Alabama 63, Kentucky 3 pic.twitter.com/rLYvFmr85P— TheCatsPause247 (@TheCatsPause247) November 22, 2020
It never happened.
The Wildcats have to figure things out... fast.
One of the worst losses in program history.
Miller joins SGA in Oklahoma City.
Sarr is going to be one of the SEC’s best.
Could Wall land in The Big Apple?
I feel like this topic keeps coming up.
This was a bit surprising.