Kentucky caught a few breaks against Kent State earlier tonight. The Golden Flashes missed a few field goals, a few missed tackles led to big Wildcat gains, and then there was this…
The man tripped on his own quarterback’s foot. It happens, but Dri Archer picked the worst spot on the field to take a fall. Thankfully Archer’s trip made up for Dyshawn Mobley’s total inability to get into the end zone despite four different attempts from the 1-yard line.
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