Today’s announced attendance at Kroger Field today 47,535, and the picture above was the scene for Senior Day Festivities. That’s not enough for Kash Daniel.
Before Kash Daniel fielded any questions from reporters during postgame interviews, he shared his disappointment in the attendance displayed by the BBN today.
“You got a ranked team,” said a frustrated Kash. “First eight-win regular season since the 80’s. You got to see Josh Allen break a sack record here. Look at this, Nebraska, a football powerhouse that wins national championships, still sold out 80,000 plus and they went 0-5.”
He’s not wrong. Here’s what 4-7 Nebraska’s stadium looked like just last week:
— skylar (@skystheIimit_) November 10, 2018
“We’re bowl eligible for the past three seasons in a row,” Kash continued. “On Senior Day, this is the class that turned Kentucky football around. Honestly, this is coming from a player that fans might think different if you’re going to be upset over us losing to a good Georgia team and football happens, that game against Tennessee, football happened. If you’re gonna be mad over that and not support these seniors that turned this program around.”
Kash was flabbergasted but continued with the understanding that not everyone could make it out for Kentucky’s victory over Middle Tennessee State.
“I understand the weather was too cold, or maybe you couldn’t get a ride here, didn’t have the funds to do it, I understand that. But, if you could be here and support them and say you’re behind us thick and thin, then these seniors deserved to go out with a full crowd.”
Kash did take the time to thank the fans that came to Kroger Field to support the 8-3 Wildcats.
Kash Daniel was not pleased with the attendance on Senior Day pic.twitter.com/MxFhjwddYP
— Brent Wainscott (@BrentW_KSR) November 17, 2018