Kentucky Wildcats

Overview
Season Recap:
Win: 5 Losses: 7
Feature Game
September 05 7:05 PM ET
Kentucky Wildcats vs. Louisiana Ragin Cajuns
Next Game
September 12 7:05 PM ET
Kentucky Wildcats at South Carolina Gamecocks
Schedule
Upcoming Schedule
9/5 vs. Louisiana, 7:05 PM CT
9/12 at South Carolina, 7:05 PM CT
9/19 vs. Florida, 7:05 PM CT
9/26 vs. Missouri, 7:05 PM CT
10/3 vs. E. Kentucky, 7:05 PM CT
Previous Results
11/29 loss at Louisville 40 - 44
11/15 loss at Tennessee 16 - 50
11/8 loss vs. Georgia 31 - 63
11/1 loss at Missouri 10 - 20
10/25 loss vs. Mississippi St 31 - 45
Kentucky Wildcats Full Schedule
Team Leaders
Standings
NameWLTPctPFPAConf
Alabama Crimson Tide 12 2 .857 517 258 7-1
Missouri Tigers 11 3 .786 389 295 7-1
Georgia Bulldogs 10 3 .769 537 269 6-2
Mississippi St. Bulldogs 10 3 .769 480 282 6-2
Florida Gators 7 5 .583 363 253 4-4
Mississippi Rebels 9 4 .692 368 208 5-3
Auburn Tigers 8 5 .615 461 347 4-4
South Carolina Gamecocks 7 6 .538 424 395 3-5
LSU Tigers 8 5 .615 359 228 4-4
Tennessee Volunteers 7 6 .538 376 315 3-5
Kentucky Wildcats 5 7 .417 350 375 2-6
Texas A&M Aggies 8 5 .615 458 365 3-5
Arkansas Razorbacks 7 6 .538 415 250 2-6
Vanderbilt Commodores 3 9 .250 206 399 0-8
Injuries
NameInjuryDetails
Dorian Baker knee will miss the remainder of the season
Patrick Towles ankle is probable for Saturday's game against Louisville
Jeff Badet other-excused is out indefinitely
Alexander Montgomery knee is out indefinitely
Kobie Walker shoulder is out indefinitely
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