Post game notes courtesy of UKAA
Kentucky Postgame Notes
Kentucky at Mississippi State
Davis Wade Stadium, Starkville, Miss., Oct. 24, 2013
FINAL SCORE: Mississippi State 28, Kentucky 22
Team Records and Series Notes
• Kentucky is 1-6, 0-4 in the SEC. Mississippi State is 4-3 overall, 1-2 in the league.
• Kentucky leads the series, 21-20. MSU has won five in a row.
• Kentucky got 325 yards total offense, most this season against an SEC team.
• UK’s 160 rushing yards is a season high vs. an SEC opponent.
• The UK defense had eight tackles for loss against Mississippi State, which is the
most it has recorded this season. The previous season high was seven against
• Kentucky returns to action Sat. Nov. 2 as the Wildcats play host to Alabama
State. It will be UK’s Homecoming with game time set for 7:30 p.m. EDT. The
game will be televised by Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS).
• Raymond Sanders rushed 15 times for 86 yards. He moved past Alfred Rawls and Tony
Dixon for 19th
• Freshman running back JoJo Kemp rushed 15 times for 63 yards, including a 14-yard
touchdown run that was his first collegiate TD.
• Quarterback Maxwell Smith completed 18 of 34 passes for 160 yards and one
• Freshman wide receiver Ryan Timmons caught five passes for 69 yards, including a 51-
yard touchdown reception that is the longest of his career.
• Tight end Jordan Aumiller had a career-high four catches for 28 yards.
• Linebacker Avery Williamson finished the game with 10 tackles. He now has a streak of
26 consecutive games with at least three tackles. This was the fourth double-digit tackle
game for Williamson this season.
• Defensive end Bud Dupree had a season-high 13 tackles. This was the third double-digit
tackle game of Dupree’s career.
• Za’Darius Smith was part of two quarterback sacks in the third quarter (two one-half
sacks), giving him 5.5 sacks on the season.
• Cornerback Fred Tiller had a career-high nine tackles, including a pair of tackles for loss.
• Freshman defensive back Marcus McWilson had a half sack in the game, the first of his
• Joe Mansour’s 45-yard field goal in the second quarter is the longest of his career. He
added a 44-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.
place on the UK career rushing list and now has 1,419 career yards.