Kentucky let a team hang around, until Stephen Johnson stole the show.
For the second time in the Mark Stoops era, EKU put up a fight against the Wildcats at Kroger Field. The ugly game turned into a scary game as Kentucky entered the fourth quarter with just a one-point lead. Johnson was prepared to calm the concerned fans.
Faced with a third and long, it looked like the Cats would be stopped short of the end zone again. With all of the receivers covered, the Kentucky quarterback put the game in his hands. He tucked it down the right sideline and slipped by four defenders on his way into the end zone for the game-clinching score.
Johnson finished his final year with five rushing touchdowns, although this was not his most impressive rushing touchdown or his most impressive rushing play. This is his most impressive run: