Thanks to Kent State’s 70-yard performance at Northern Illinois, Kentucky avoids the title of “Worst Offense in America” for at least another week. The Cats are ranked No. 119 in total offense with 229 yards per game through the halfway mark in the season. Only three teams in the country have scored fewer touchdowns.
This is just pathetic. Saturday’s game gave us the worst UK football performance in recent memory. Not only did Kentucky fail to get into the end zone, the Cats failed to cross the 50-yard line one time. UK should ask NCAA officials if the offense can start off every possession like it’s overtime; just give them the ball on the 25-yard line with no game clock and see if they can score.
UK has two weeks to rest up, find a game plan, and prepare for Jacksonville State. It’s sad that the fanbase is concerned about that game.
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