Tennessee hosts Kentucky on Saturday in Knoxville. Here is your first look at Kentucky.
Kentucky Season So Far
Kentucky Injuries and Suspensions
Bryce Oliver WR Ques Sat – Undisclosed
Chris Oats LB Out For Season – Undisclosed
Kavosiey Smoke RB Out Indefinitely – Ribs
Challenges for Tennessee
Tennessee has pretty much dominated Kentucky over the past 50 years. Kentucky is just 4-35 in this series since 1980. Tennessee fell to Georgia on Saturday in Athens. The Vols did prove that they are a formidable team by taking the lead just before halftime. Tennessee ran out of gas in the second half and a late fumble recovered for a touchdown allowed the Dawgs to get the margin over 20. Now Tennessee hosts Kentucky. The Vols can’t afford to overlook the Wildcats. This a pretty good Kentucky that probably should or could have been 2-1 also at this point. They were royally screwed out of a touchdown by SEC officials just before halftime of their game at Auburn and fell to Ole Miss because of a missed extra point kick. The Vols have to put that UGA loss behind them and focus on Kentucky.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 11:00 AM CT (12:00 PM ET). Watch on the SEC Network.