NCAA College Football: #8 Missouri Tigers 35 Kentucky Wildcats 17

Nov 9, 2013; Lexington, KY, USA; Missouri Tigers wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham (15) catches a touchdown pass against Kentucky Wildcats cornerback Rodney Cox (21) at Commonwealth Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

 

 

After getting dominated the first half, the Kentucky Wildcats kept it on the ground for their opening drive of the second half.  Jalen Whitlow, Raymond Sanders and Dyshawn Mobley all got carries as Kentucky ran 11 of the 13 plays.  WR Demarco Robinson got the ball and hit QB Whitlow on a 10 yard trick play that got the ball within the one yard line.  Two plays later, Whitlow scored and Kentucky was on the board again, cutting the deficit to 28-10.

Missour then recovered a Raymond Sanders fumble at the UK 44.  Three plays later, Mauk hit Green-Beckahm on a 22 yard TD pass with put the Tigers back up 35-10.

The Wildcats would not go away however.  Whitlow hit Javess Blue for a 53 yard pass to the Missouri 16.  Raymond Sanders scored from one yard out fo still keep Kentucky in the game at 35-17.

John Gibson returned the ensuing kick 61 yards to the UK 31.  The Tigers appeared to be in a good position to get a touchdown, but are now faced with a 4th and 3 and will likely try a FG when the fourth quarter starts.

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