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KSR’s Top Ten Plays of 2014: #9

Top 10 Plays of 2014

The most wonderful time of the year is upon us, but unfortunately it’s without Kentucky football.  Just because the Cats aren’t Bowling, doesn’t mean they didn’t dramatically improve during Mark Stoops’ second season.  Here’s the best of the best. #10

‘The Marco’ Gives the Cats Some Life vs. #1

After an impressive start, the recently-named #1 Mississippi State Bulldogs looked like they could end it early behind their powerful run game.  The Cats’ offense wasn’t quite clicking, until Senior wide receiver Demarco Robinson made the biggest play of his career.

Through his early years as a Wildcat, Demarco had picked up a bad reputation for allowing to get bullied by bigger defensive backs. Robinson matured before his final season. Embracing the physicality constantly preached by his coach, Tommy Mainord, he broke away from three defenders for the 72-yard touchdown.

Article written by Nick Roush

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