Jon Hale Louisville Courier Journal Published 8:54 AM EDT Sep 13, 2019 LEXINGTON – Kentucky football, here is your chance. Fed up by preseason predictions that a 10-win 2018 season was unsustainable because of the loss of 16 starters, including National Defensive Player of the Year Josh Allen and all-time leading rusher Benny Snell? Frustrated that even after watching so many of your Southeastern Conference East Division rivals stumble through two weeks of the season, doubts have returned about your team’s chances because of a season-ending injury to quarterback Terry Wilson? Saturday’s SEC opener against No. 8 Florida is your chance to disprove assumptions. “This is one where you have to speak, and our game should speak for itself,” junior outside linebacker Jamar “Boogie” Watson said. “It’s our first ESPN prime-time spot. If we put on a show, we’ll shut some people up.” MORE: What Kentucky’s Terry Wilson can learn from Landon Young and his 2019 injury comeback The stakes are clear for the Wildcats. After handling Mid-American Conference foes Toledo and Eastern Michigan in games one and two, Kentucky enters SEC play as one of just three teams in the division without a loss. No. 3 Georgia remains the… Read full this story
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