The Kentucky at Tennessee game on Nov. 27 has been selected for live regional telecast by Jefferson-Pilot Sports. Game time will be 12:30 p.m. at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville.
Win Over Vanderbilt is Biggest Fourth-Quarter Comeback in Modern UK History:
Kentucky's fourth-quarter rally in Saturday's win over Vanderbilt marks the largest fourth-quarter comeback in school history for records available since 1949.
Saturday's game was the fourth time since 1949 that the Wildcats have rallied from a deficit of 10 or more points in the fourth quarter for a victory. Here are the games:
Nov. 5, 1966 UK 14, Vanderbilt 10 (H) UK trailed 10-0 at the end of three quarters; on fourth-and-goal at the VU 6, Terry Beadles threw a touchdown pass to Larry Seiple with 7:39 remaining; Dicky Lyons Sr. scored the game-winner on a one-yard run with 2:51 to play.
Sept. 23, 1993 UK 21, S. Carolina 17 (A) UK trailed 17-7 with 12:38 left in the game; Randy Wyatt scored on a 64-yard run; Michael Woodfork's one-yard run was the winner with 4:55 to play: UK defense grabbed two turnovers in final five minutes as the Wildcats won on an ESPN Thursday night game.
Sept. 19, 1998 UK 31, Indiana 27 (H) UK trailed 27-10 in the third quarter; Matt Mumme hit Garry Davis on 79-yard fake punt TD to make it 27-17 at the end of three; in the fourth quarter, Tim Couch threw 48-yard TD pass to Anthony White; linebacker John Rader's 46-yard interception return for touchdown with 11:36 to play is the game-winner; UK defense held on for the victory.
Nov. 13, 2004 UK 14, Vanderbilt 13 (H) UK trailed 13-0 at the end of three quarters; Shane Boyd hit Glenn Holt with two touchdown passes, the last one coming with 1:39 remaining.
Big Blue Crush Underway:
The 17th-annual "Big Blue Crush" blood drive competition between the University of Kentucky and the University of Tennessee began today and continues through Friday, Nov. 19
Kentucky leads the series, 9-6, and there has been one tie. UK Coach Rich Brooks gave the ceremonial first pint of blood during a news conference on Nov. 11 and he encourages fans to make their blood donations this week.
In the Lexington area, fans can bleed blue for the Wildcats at the Central Kentucky Blood Center office at 330 Waller Avenue. The CKBC will be open Nov. 15-19 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fans also may give blood at the CKBC offices in Somerset, Pikeville, and Prestonsburg.