Kentucky Football: Wildcats run, run, run all over LSU 42-21 to stay unbeaten

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Kentucky running back Kavosiey Smoke Credit: Jordan Prather-USA TODAY Sports /

Kentucky’s offensive weapons Rodriguez, Smoke, Robinson all firing in sync

Ball security has been a huge point of contention I am sure for Liam Coen and you can tell this team has been working hard to eradicate those ghosts of games past. Especially Rodriguez.

He once again looked like that possessed player with a chip back squarely on his shoulders. In his 16 carries, he averaged a whopping 9.2 yards per carry. He now has 771 yards total rushing and had hit the endzone five times in 2021. It also marked the 10th time he has run for more than 100 yards in a game.

But we also saw him catch a 3-yard scoring pass for his first receiving touchdown. The sky is the limit for him.

Stoops was asked by Cubelic about playing clean football.

"“I really felt good and confident we would get better and I thought Will was very good early in this game with just the little things he was doing and the ball security has been better so that leads to much more cleaner football.”"

Need a breather Smoke darts in and races for 104 yards. He was one defender away from a 90-yard touchdown run as well. He has 267 yards for the season.

Lest we forget Wan’Dale Robinson. Mister excitement didn’t get loose for one of his long customary lightning plays but 8 catches for 60 yards and a touchdown ain’t too shabby. But his touchdowns are always amazing as one the one he laid out for and hauled in .

Add Levis’ legs at times gaining 75 tonight and it’s a mighty potent and well-rounded offense we have here boys and girls.