Kentucky’s offense began the game with a solid 10 play, 75-yard touchdown drive that gave many confidence. After a Kyle Bolin interception resulted in another touchdown, things were looking UK’s way.
Bolin had the Cards driving, and the anxiety began to settle in, until Josh Forrest had one of the greatest Pick 6’s since Bud Dupree’s game-winner against South Carolina.
He followed the interception with one hell of a celebration, by chucking the ball into the stands, all the way past the Recruiting Room.
That ball gone. pic.twitter.com/KCWDdWsi3K
– Drew Franklin (@DrewFranklinKSR) November 28, 2015
I thought it was awesome, and still think it was pretty cool, but many believe the ensuing 15-yard penalty began the team’s downfall. It didn’t directly lead to a score, but it didn’t get much better after this.