Blake Bone saved the best for last.
The 6’5″ Kentucky wide receiver’s career was marred by inconsistency, but the South Carolina native was able to put it all together in his senior season. Bone caught 13 passes for 234 yards and 2 touchdowns. The best catch of his career came when Kentucky fans least expected it.
On the road against the eventual SEC Champs, Kentucky got out to a fast start thanks to a Josh Allen interception. Unfortunately, the UK offense was forced to settle for a field goal. A Georgia touchdown on the following drive put Kentucky in danger, but the Cats had one more response, thanks to Bone’s unbelievable 45-yard over-the-shoulder reception.
“How did he catch that?” Gary Danielson asked. I still have no answer.
– CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 18, 2017
That drive ended with a field goal. Georgia was able to run away with the game after the Cats left too many points on the board.