Western Kentucky Hilltoppers @ Kentucky Wildcats Live Drive-By-Drive Tracker

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WKU Drive at WKU 39-Yard Line with 3:16 left:

The Hilltoppers went with three straight runs, but were still faced with a 4th-and-1, and WKU RB Leon Allen was stuffed and the Cats defense came up big again.

UK Drive at the WKU 49-Yard line with 4:12 left

The Cat failed to capitalize on great field position again, As Max Smith threw his second INT, and WKU got the ball back at the WKU 38-yard line.

WKU Drive with 5:43 left:

The UK defense may have given the spark the Cats needed, as Kawaun Jakes threw an INT to Avery Williamson and he returned it to the WKU-49-yard line.

UK Drive with 7:06 left:

UK got a huge boost on the drive as DeMarcus Sweat returned the kickoff 51 yards, but the Cats offense went 3-and-out, and Landon Foster punted the ball to Antonio Andrews who returned it 22 yards to the WKU 39-yard line.

WKU Drive with 12:56 left

The Hilltoppers would capitalize off the turnover, driving to the UK 9-yard line, but a holding call backed WKU up to the 19-yard line. AA personal foul on Martavious Neolms would give WKU a first-and-goal at the UK-8 yard line. Kawaun Jakes would then hit Jack Doyle for the games first score, or so it appeared, as a late flag for illegal formation on WKU negated the score.  The Hilltoppers would face a 3rd-and-goal from the 8-yard line, and Jakes would hit Willie McNeal just short of the endzone, and WKU settled for a field goal to take an early 3-0 lead.

 UK Drive with 15:00 left:

The Cats opened up with three consecutive passes, the third of which being a first-down strike to LaRod King to the UK 37-yard line.

The Cats wouldn’t be as fortunate on the next third-down, as Max Smith threw his first INT of the year.

Its football time in the Bluegrass again, as the Kentucky Wildcats host the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. We’ll be providing a live recap of every drive this game, so tune in here to keep up with all of the action.