Kentucky often finds itself at the bottom of the Southeastern Conference in several statistical categories. But this last place ranking is one it can be proud of.
According to Saturday Down South, the Kentucky football program was one of four league teams with zero arrests in 2015, giving it a tie with South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Missouri for the lowest in the conference.
Florida led the way with eight arrests in Jim McElwain’s first year in Gainesville, ahead of national champion Alabama’s six arrests:
Mississippi State: 6
Ole Miss: 4
Texas A&M: 1
South Carolina: 0
The four teams with zero arrests happened to be the four worst teams in the conference, while Florida and Alabama were the divisional champs.