Good morning BBN.
The Kentucky Wildcats volleyball team just scored its first SEC road win, defeating the Missouri Tigers 3-1 in four sets in Columbia.
Emma Grome racked up 49 assists, while Reagan Rutherford led the Kentucky attack with 19 kills on 41 swings.
Kentucky is now 7-5 on the season and 2-1 in SEC play. Up next for the Wildcats is a home matchup with Alabama on Saturday at 4 pm ET in Memorial Coliseum. The match will be broadcasted live on SEC Network+, ESPN+ and the ESPN app.
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Will Levis' unexpected path from backup QB and unnoticed transfer to big-time NFL prospect https://t.co/6LbB9eM6Xi— Lane Kiffin (@Lane_Kiffin) September 28, 2022
Lane Kiffin knows what’s up.
Grome’s 49 Assists Help Kentucky Win at Missouri in Four
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