Kentucky-Chattanooga: Numbers You Need to Know, Presented by Sword Performance

Kentucky-Chattanooga: Numbers You Need to Know, Presented by Sword Performance

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1 — Kentucky has only allowed one play of 20+ yards all season.

3 — The Wildcats are one of three teams in the country to rank in the top 15 in both total offense (12) and total defense (10).

5 — Games the Mocs played in the fall of 2020 and spring of 2021. They finished each shortened COVID-19 season with a 3-2 record.

6 — Passes Will Levis has completed of 30+ yards through two weeks, the most in the SEC.

7 — Times Kentucky has fumbled it in two games, according to CFB Stats, the most in the SEC. Three of them ended up in the opponent’s hands. UK’s -4 turnover margin is the second-worst in the SEC.

8 — FCS teams have defeated FBS teams in the first two weeks of the season.

12 — Seasons since Kentucky shut out an opponent. Kentucky has not held its opponents to a goose-egg on the scoreboard since defeating Miami 42-0 in 2009 at Paul Brown Stadium.

13 — A win over UTC would be the Wildcats’ 13th-straight against a non-conference opponent. It’s the third-longest streak in the FBS, trailing only Minnesota (20) and Iowa (14).

29.5 — The SP+ predicted margin of victory for Kentucky does not cover the 31-point spread.

86.3 — Wan’Dale Robinson’s PFF grade is the fifth-best among all FBS wide receivers.

113 — Receiving yards per game by Wan’Dale Robinson, the second-most in the SEC. Josh Ali ranks fifth in the conference, averaging 83 yards per game.

166 — Rushing yards per game by Chris Rodriguez are the most in the SEC. C-Rod is averaging 7.22 yards per carry. He’s currently on pace to rush for 2,158 rushing yards, enough to shatter the UK single-season record.

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