LSU football meets Kentucky on Saturday in Lexington. Here is your first look at the Kentucky Wildcats.
Kentucky Season So Far
|09/04||LA Monroe||W 45-10||Home|
|09/25||S Carolina||W 16-10||Away|
|10/30||Miss State||1:00 pm||Away|
|11/20||N Mex State||12:00 pm||Home|
|Stat (per game)||LSU||Kentucky|
|Total YDS Allowed||367.0||284.4|
|Pass YDS Allowed||248.0||180.2|
Kentucky Injuries and Suspensions
[WR] 09/30/2021 – Dekel Crowdus is out indefinitely (Undisclosed)
[WR] 10/03/2021 – Josh Ali injured last game, is “?” Saturday vs LSU (Knee)
Challenges for LSU
Kentucky, 5-0 (3-0 SEC), is on a roll and next up for the Wildcats is the LSU Tigers. To stop Kentucky you’ve got to shut down Wildcat running back Chris Rodriguez Jr. In five games so far this season Rodriguez has run for an average of 124.2 yards per game with four total touchdowns. In Saturday’s win over Florida Rodriguez gained 99 yards and scored a key touchdown midway through the fourth quarter that put the Wildcats up by double digits. Stop Chris Rodriguez Jr. and you stop Kentucky.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). You can watch this SEC football game on the SEC Network.