Kentucky-Vanderbilt Postgame Notes

Nov. 3, 2012

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Team Records and Series Notes

  • Kentucky is 1-9 overall, 0-7 in the Southeastern Conference. Vanderbilt is 5-4 overall, 3-3 in league play.
  • Kentucky leads the series 41-40-4, including 22-15-2 in Lexington.
  • Kentucky has an open date Nov. 10 before returning to action Sat. Nov. 17 at home vs. Samford. Game time and television information will be announced Monday.

Team Notes

  • The Wildcats had their sixth 100-yard rushing game of the year, rushing for 101 yards.
  • Kentucky entered the game having played the toughest schedule in the nation, according to Anderson and Hester computer ratings used in the official BCS rankings.
  • Kentucky is fielding one of the nation’s youngest teams, playing 14 true freshmen and 26 total (true and redshirt) frosh, one of the nation’s top-five teams in each category. UK also has played 15 first-time starters this season, one of the nation’s top-10 teams in that category.

Individual Notes

  • Linebacker Avery Williamson, who entered the game leading the league in total tackles, had a career-high 20 tackles. He is the first UK player with 20 or more tackles since Chad Anderson made 21 tackles against Georgia in 2003.
  • Wide receiver Demarco Robinson caught a career-long 35 yarder in the second quarter.
  • Senior wide receiver Aaron Boyd caught three passes for 28 yards, marking the first time since the WKU game Boyd has had multiple catches in a game.
  • Punter Landon Foster has four straight games with a punt of at least 50 yards. Foster punted seven times for a 42.4 yard average, with two inside the 20.
  • Defensive back Ashely Lowery recorded his first career interception in the third quarter. Lowery finished with a career-high nine tackles, eclipsing his previous career high of eight tackles in the opener vs. Louisville.
  • Freshman wide receiver A.J. Legree recorded a career high three catches for 47 yards.
  • Freshman quarterback Patrick Towles attempted a career-high 23 passes, recording a career-high 93 yards.
  • Junior defensive lineman Mister Cobble charted three tackles, with his second sack of the year, also recording two tackles for a loss.