Austin Peay is not good at football. That is not my opinion. That is a fact.
The Governors are currently 0-10 on the year heading into Saturday’s game in Lexington with hopes of getting their first win in over two years. It has been exactly 761 days since that win, when Peay defeated Murray State, 20-13, in Clarksville in 2014. 26 consecutive losses since then.
In its most recent game, Peay gave up 67 points to Eastern Kentucky just last week, and it is giving up 47 points per game on the year. What’s even worse for its chances on Saturday is it gives up 255 rushing yards per game, which Kentucky does pretty well.
Again, Austin Peay is not good at football.