Kentucky loses to Texas A&M in overtime

Kentucky loses to Texas A&M in overtime

Mrs. Tyler Thompsonabout 3 years


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Well, that sucked. Kentucky’s undefeated start came to a screeching halt in College Station tonight, as the Aggies outlasted the Cats in overtime 20-14.

The defense did their best to keep Kentucky in the game, with Darius West scooping up Kellen Mond’s fumble and taking it to the house for a touchdown with four minutes left, but the offense couldn’t get anything going. In overtime, Benny Snell didn’t get a single possession and Miles Butler missed a 43-yard field goal. Kentucky definitely went conservative tonight, which I have a feeling Mark Stoops and Eddie Gran will field plenty of questions about in the postgame press conference.

Perspective doesn’t really help right now, but Kentucky is still 5-1 with a shot at the SEC East. Here are the postgame stats:



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