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KSR’s Top 10 Plays of the 2015 Football Season: #7


The season didn’t end the way we wanted to, but we can still end the year on a high note by reliving the best moments from the 2015 football season.  The record may not have reflected much positive change, but these highlights might help.  #10, #9#8

The Wildcats had a couple of chances to “Make Football Great Again” for the state of Kentucky.  After failing to defeat Florida, the spotlight was on for the Thursday Night Showdown against Auburn.  Auburn wasn’t the team we expected to see before the season began, but a victory on ESPN’s Thursday Night Football would’ve put the Cats back on the map.

Once again, the Cats came out flat.  The defense couldn’t handle Auburn’s resurgent passing attack.  Facing a 3rd and long and trailing by 10, Patrick Towles found Garrett “Juice” Johnson flying down the sideline.  His defender didn’t even see it coming.  Heck, Juice barely did either, but he only needed one hand to keep the drive alive and momentum on Kentucky’s side.

Juice would lead the team in receiving yards with 694 out of the slot, and second on the team in receptions behind Dorian Baker.  

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

2 Comments for KSR’s Top 10 Plays of the 2015 Football Season: #7

  1. BluKudzu
    9:20 am December 27, 2015 Permalink

    Watched the southern miss game yesterday. We better be ready.

  2. DennyC
    11:22 am December 27, 2015 Permalink

    ^^^^^^^ You are correct. Southern Miss will beat UK first game of the season next year. 4 wins max next year and if Barker goes down, it could be worse. TrainWreck program. Stoops is in over his head and is in panic model. And it won’t get any better due to the ridicules contract buyout Barndoor gave him before Stoops had won ONE SEC game.

    PS… When does Stoops hire Cincy’s OC??? Louisville fans are collecting money to help with the contract.