Kentucky-Auburn Postgame Notes

Oct. 9, 2010

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Team Records and Series Notes

  • Kentucky is 3-3, 0-3 in the Southeastern Conference. Auburn is 6-0, 3-0 in the SEC.
  • Auburn leads the series 25-6-1. Auburn has won one in a row.
  • Auburn leads the series 12-4 in games played in Lexington. Auburn has won the last eight games played in Lexington. UK's last win in Lexington was 1966.
  • Kentucky's next game is Saturday, Oct. 16, at home vs. South Carolina.  The game time and television network will be announced on Sunday.

UK Team Notes

  • Kentucky won the toss and elected to receive.
  • After scoring a TD on the opening drive, Kentucky has scored on its opening possession in five of the six games this season. (4 TDs, 1 FG).
  • UK has thrown for at least 200 yards in every game this season.
  • UK’s 34 points was the most surrendered by Auburn this season.
  • Kentucky has gathered over 350 yards of total offense in every game this season.
  • UK was 1-for-1 on fourth downs in the game and is now 7-for-10 on fourth downs this season.
  • UK held Auburn to six points on two fourth quarter field goals in the second half.

Game Summary

  • 1st Quarter Summary
    • UK’s Randall Cobb returned the opening kickoff 36 yards to the AU 49.
    • (WildCobb) UK’s Randall Cobb rushed for a 2-yd TD.
    • It was  Cobb’s 19th career rushing TD and second this season.
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UK 7, AU 0 (11:51)
    • AU’s Cam Newton rushed for 16 yards to the UK 25
    • AU’s Cam Newton rushed for a 16-yd TD.
    • AU’s Wes Byrum made the PAT. UK 7, AU 7 (6:44)
    • AU’s Cam Newton rushed for an 8-yd TD.
    • AU’s Wes Byrum made the PAT. AU 14, UK 7 (1:17)
  • 2nd Quarter Summary
    • AU’s Cam Newton rushed for 22 yards to the UK 42
    • AU’s Cam Newton passed to Kodi Burns for 33 yards to the UK 9
    • AU’s Cam Newton rushed for a 5-yd TD.
    • AU’s Wes Byrum made the PAT. AU 21, UK 7 (10:01)
    • UK’s Derrick Locke fumbled & recovered by AU’s Craig Stevens at the AU 48
    • AU’s Wes Byrum made a 38-yd field goal. AU 24, UK 7 (7:12)
    • UK’s Derrick Locke returned the kickoff 40 yards to the UK 45.
    • UK’s Randall Cobb passed to Jordan Aumiller for a 6-yd TD.
    • It was Aumiller’s first career TD and Cobb’s 3rd passing TD of the season.
    • It was Cobb’s 5th career TD pass.
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made the PAT. AU 24, UK 14 (4:52)
    • AU’s Cam Newton passed to Darvin Adams for 34 yards.
    • AU’s Cam Newton rushed for 35 yards to the UK5
    • AU’s Cam Newton rushed for a 3-yd TD.
    • AU’s Wes Byrum made the PAT. AU 31, UK 14 (1:06)
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made a 29-yd field goal. AU 31, UK 17 (0:00)
  • 3rd Quarter Summary
    • UK’s Winston Guy intercepted AU’s Cam Newton at the UK 38.
    • It was Guy’s first career interception.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline passed to Randall Cobb for a 16-yd TD.
    • It was Cobb’s 4th receiving TD of the season and 10th of his career.
    • The last time a UK player ran, passed and threw for a TD in a game was Shane Boyd, Oct. 18, 2003 vs. Ohio.
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made the PAT. AU 31, UK 24 (8:18)
    • UK’s Donald Russell rushed for 15 yards to the AU 31.
    • (WildCobb) UK’s Randall Cobb rushed for 26 yards to the AU 1.
    • (WildCobb) UK’s Randall Cobb rushed for a 2-yd TD.
    • Cobb has scored 32 career TDs, tying the UK record held by Craig Yeast (95-98)
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UK 31, AU 31 (4:03)
    • AU’s Cam Newton passed to Darvin Adams for 39 yards to the UK 20
  • 4th Quarter Summary
    • AU’s Wes Byrum made a 38-yd field goal. AU 34, UK 31 (14:17)
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made a 35-yd field goal. UK 34, AU 34 (7:31)
    • AU’s Wes Byrum made a 24-yard field goal. AU 37, UK 34 (00:00)

UK Individual Notes

  • Mike Hartline completed 23 of 28 passes for 220 yards and a touchdown.
  • Hartline needs 56 passing yards to become the eighth player in school history to reach 4,000 in his career
  • Hartline now has 3,944 career passing yards and ranks eighth on UK’s all-time list. He needs 204 more passing yards to tie Randy Jenkins (1979-83) for seventh place.
  • Randall Cobb rushed 11 times for 47 yards and two touchdowns, while also catching seven passes for 68 yards and a touchdown. Cobb also threw a 6-yard touchdown pass.
  • Cobb scored 18 points in the game, moving into sole possession of fifth place on UK’s career scoring list with 194 points. Cobb needs 32 points to tie Taylor Begley (2002-05) for fourth on the career scoring list.
  • With three touchdowns scored, Cobb now has 32 touchdowns in his career, making him tied first place on UK’s career touchdowns scored list with Craig Yeast (1995-98).
  • Cobb totaled 201 all-purpose yards with 47 rushing yards, 68 receiving yards and 86 kick-off return yards, recording over 200 all-purpose yards for the second consecutive game.
  • Danny Trevathan led UK with a career-high 17 tackles, including 10 solo tackles and one pass breakup.
  • Trevathan has led UK in tackles in five of its six games this season, including setting career highs in back-to-back games.
  • Craig McIntosh made two field goals in the game, hitting from 29 yards and 35 yards. The Lexington, Ky., native has now made four consecutive field goals.
  • Joe Mansour totaled two touchbacks for the game on six kickoffs. He now has 14 touchbacks this season.
  • Junior Mark Crawford earned his first career start at defensive tackle.