Kentucky’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day is officially over.
In one of the most putrid offensive performances of the Mark Stoops era in Lexington, the Wildcats fell to the Missouri Tigers by a final score of 20-10.
In the loss, Kentucky managed an embarrassing 145 total yards, eight first downs, 36 plays, and a 43:10-16:50 difference in time of possession in favor of the Tigers.
On the day, Terry Wilson finished with 35 passing yards and one touchdown on 3-9 overall, with Joey Gatewood going 1-4 on the day for 12 yards.
Chris Rodriguez led the way with 48 rushing yards on nine carries, followed by AJ Rose with 43 yards and Gatewood with ten yards.
On defense, Yusuf Corker led the way with 18 tackles, two tackles for loss and one sack, followed by Jamin Davis with ten total tackles and DeAndre Square with eight tackles.
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Kentucky falls to 2-3 on the season with the Georgia Bulldogs heading to Lexington next week.