Kentucky vs. Missouri By the Numbers, Presented by UKFCU

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Numbers You Need to Know

2 — Sacks by J.J. Weaver in only 13 snaps.

3.5 — Sacks by Missouri’s Blaze Allredge are the most in the country. Unlike most on that list, he’s a linebacker, which tells you the Tigers love to bring pressure.

5 — Wins by Mark Stoops over Missouri. UK leads the series 7-4 and is 5-0 all-time in games decided by 8 points or less.

6.6 — Yards per carry by Chris Rodriguez in week one, his average in 2020.

8.8 — Yards per touch by Mizzou RB Tyler Badie in week one. He had 203 rushing yards and 40 receiving yards vs. CMU.

10 — Mizzou’s margin of victory in 2020 is also the number of third downs they converted. When you add in the four fourth down conversions, they moved the sticks on 14-of-20 attempts.

14 — Tackles for loss by Kentucky and Missouri in week one, tied for the most in the SEC.

14.1 — Yards per attempt by Will Levis leads the SEC. His 230.88 quarterback rating is second only to Bo Nix.

17 — Net rushing yards by ULM in week one, the fewest by a UK opponent since 2017.

21 — Plays of 10 yards or more allowed by the Missouri defense, the most in the SEC. The Tigers have also allowed eight plays of 20+ yards. Kentucky has not allowed a gain of more than 20 yards this season.

42.8 — Yards per punt in 2020 by former Wildcat and current Mizzou punter, Grant McKinniss.

87 — Yards allowed by Kentucky in week one was the fewest by a UK opponent since 1988.

136 — Yards by Josh Ali last week set a new career-high for the fifth-year senior. Ali ranks third in the SEC, while Wan’Dale Robinson’s 125 yards are good enough for fifth in the conference.

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2021-09-17