Kentucky is off this week after its 34-27 overtime victory over Eastern Kentucky on Saturday, so let’s take a look at where the Wildcats are in the SEC and FBS stat books.
- Kentucky leads the SEC in red-zone offense, scoring on every trip inside the 20-yard line this season. The Wildcats have made 15 trips to the red zone and have scored seven passing touchdowns, four rushing touchdowns and four field goals.
- Kicker Austin MacGinnis has a “chance” to return to action against Auburn on Oct. 15.
- Where do the experts see Kentucky going bowling this season? Check out their updated picks.
- Defensive tackle Cory Johnson leads the nation in tackles among defensive linemen after just one tackle through Week 2 and missing the season opener. Johnson has 37 tackles, tied for 12th in the SEC.
Other Kentucky news from around the Internet
- The Lexington Courier-Journal’s Jon Hale wrote Patrick Towles remains Kentucky’s starting quarterback despite his first-half struggles in the win over Eastern Kentucky.
- Offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson also backs Towles, Hale and Kyle Tucker wrote.
- Hale also wrote running back Stanley “Boom” Williams is ready to return to the field after sitting out Saturday’s victory with what’s being called personal issues.
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Boom says whatever his issues, they're behind him now. "I'm getting prepared for Auburn."
— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_CJ) October 6, 2015