Normally, Kentucky is on the bad end of SEC Football statistics, but not today. Behind 374 combined rushing yards from Boom Williams and Benny Snell, Kentucky became only the second SEC team in the past ten years to have two players reach 175 rushing yards in a conference game. Benny finished with 38 carries for 192 yards and two touchdowns, while Boom had 19 carries for 182 yards and one touchdown.
Kentucky’s offense had 582 total yards today after going for 554 vs. Mississippi State last week. Today marks the first time Kentucky’s had back-to-back 500 yard games since 2001. As Drew told you earlier, before this season, Kentucky had only two 500-yard games in SEC play in the last eight years. Wow.
Let’s watch Boom and Benny do their thing: