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5 — Where Jamin Davis ranks in the SEC in tackles with 73, despite missing last week’s game at Alabama.
6.39 — Yards per carry by Chris Rodriguez, good enough to rank first in the SEC, but the UK running back will be unavailable this afternoon.
7.9 — Yards per play by Kentucky in the Wildcats’ last win at The Swamp. UK kept long drives alive by converting on 9-of-13 third downs in the historic 2018 win.
8 — Touchdowns by tight end Kyle Pitts through five games in 2020. One out of every three receptions is a score for the All-American that missed the last two weeks of action with a head injury.
9.8 — Percent chance Kentucky has to win according to ESPN’s FPI.
10.4 — Average yards per passing attempt by Kyle Trask. For the math wizzes out there, that means on average Trask gets a first down every time he drops back to pass. Nuts.
12 — Interceptions by Kentucky in 2020, tied for the fourth-most nationally. Bossman Fat leads the way for UK with four picks.
18 — Wildcats will be absent from today’s game by either injury or COVID-19 contact tracing, up from ten a week ago in Tuscaloosa.
21 — Sacks by Florida are the most in the SEC. They also lead the league in tackles for loss with 45.
38 — Florida has scored at least 38 points in every game this season.