Kentucky-Vanderbilt Postgame Notes

Nov. 13, 2010

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Team Records and Series Notes

  • Kentucky is 6-5 overall, 2-5 in the Southeastern Conference. Vanderbilt is now 2-8, 1-6 in league play.
  • Kentucky leads the series, 41-38-4, including 22-14-2 in games played in Lexington.
  • Kentucky has won two in a row and six of the last seven vs. Vanderbilt.
  • Kentucky has an open date on Nov. 20. The Wildcats conclude the regular season Saturday, Nov. 27, at Tennessee. Game time and television broadcast information will be announced Monday, Nov. 15.

UK Team Notes

  • With its sixth win of the season, Kentucky becomes eligible for what would be a fifth-consecutive bowl appearance.
  • Kentucky has won six games in five-straight seasons, the first time that has happened since 1909-13.
  • Kentucky honored 16 seniors before their last home game in Commonwealth Stadium.
  • UK has thrown for at least 200 yards in every game this season.
  • UK is +7 in turnover margin in its six victories and -10 in its five losses.
  • UK had 500 yards total offense in back-to-back games, the first time that has happened in non-overtime games since 2001 vs. Vanderbilt and Tennessee.
  • Kentucky's 580 yards of total offense is the most since gathering 597 of total offense against Vanderbilt on Nov. 11, 2006.
  • Derrick Locke and Randall Cobb each rushed for 100 yards or more in the game, marking the first time a UK duo had accomplished that feat since Cobb and Locke did it at Auburn on Oct. 17, 2009.
  • Locke and Cobb paced Kentucky to a season-high 341 rushing yards. The impressive rushing-yard total is the most since Kentucky totaled 355 rushing yards on Sept. 18, 2004. The last time Kentucky rushed for 300 yards or more in a game was last season against Vanderbilt on Nov. 14.
  • Kentucky had four sacks in the game. It is the most sacks in an SEC game since totaling four sacks against Mississippi State on Nov. 1, 2008.

Game Summary

  • 1st Quarter Summary
    • VU's Kennard Reeves rushed for 31-yards to the UK 20.
    • VU's Ryan Fowler made a 20-yard field goal. VU 3, UK 0 (9:40)
    • UK's Craig McIntosh made a 20-yard field goal. UK 3, VU 3 (2:02)
    • VU's Jonathan Krause rushed for 45-yards to the UK 25.
  • 2nd Quarter Summary
    • VU's Ryan Fowler made a 29-yard field goal. VU 6, UK 3 (13:48)
    • UK's Mike Hartline completes a 20-yard pass to Derrick Locke to the UK41
    • UK's Randall Cobb rushes for a 5-yard TD.
    • It was Cobb's 21st career rushing TD and 4th this season.
    • UK's Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UK 10, VU 6 (8:18)
    • VU's Larry Smith completes a 52-yard pass to Jonathan Krause to the UK22
    • VU's Larry Smith rushes for a 4-yard TD.
    • VU's Ryan Fowler made the PAT. VU 13, UK 10 (7:25)
    • UK's Mike Hartline completes a 34-yard pass to Randall Cobb to the VU46
  • 3rd Quarter Summary
    • UK's Randall Cobb rushed for 73-yard TD. It was a career long rush.
    • It was Cobb's 22nd career rushing TD and 5th this season.
    • UK's Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UK 17, VU 13 (12:48)
    • VU's Kennard Reeves rushed for 28-yards to the VU43.
    • UK's Randall Cobb rushed for 52 yards to the VU28.
    • UK's Derrick Locke rushed for 1-yard TD.
    • It was Locke's 20th career rushing TD and 8th this season.
    • UK's Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UK 24, VU 13 (5:06)
  • 4th Quarter Summary
    • UK's Derrick Locke stopped on 4th and goal at the 1. (13:46)
    • UK's Mike Hartline completes a 55-yard TD pass to Chris Matthews.
    • It was Matthews' 12th career receiving TD and 9th this season.
    • UK's Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UK 31, VU 13 (10:53)
    • UK's Derrick Locke rushed for a 83-yard TD.
    • It was Locke's 21st career rushing TD and 9th this season.
    • UK's Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UK 38, VU 13 (5:38)
    • VU's Jared Funk completes a 4-yard TD pass to Jordan Matthews.
    • VU's Ryan Fowler made the PAT. UK 38, VU 20 (2:33)
    • VU's Jared Funk fumbled at the VU34 and recovered by UK's Donte Rumph.

UK Individual Notes

  • Randall Cobb posted his third career 100-yard rushing game with 10 carries for a career-high 170 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
  • With the career night rushing, Cobb now has 1,265 rushing yards for his career, moving him into 23rd on the all-time rushing list. Cobb surpassed Doug Kotar (1971-1973), Rod Stewart (1975-1978) and Chris Hill (1975-1978) and needs 32 more yards to tie Don Phelps (1946-1949) for 22nd all time.
  • Cobb totaled 279 all-purpose yards with 170 rushing yards, 56 receiving yards, 19 punt return yards and 34 kick-off return yards and now ranks fourth on UK's career all-purpose yards list with 4,325 yards. Cobb is now 259 yards behind Derrick Locke's current 4,584 yards.
  • Cobb has broken the UK single-season record for all-purpose yardage. Cobb has 2,047 all-purpose yards this season, breaking the record of 1,982 yards set by Rafael Little in 2005.
  • Randall Cobb has been responsible for at least one score by rushing, receiving or passing in every game this season.
  • Cobb scored 12 points in the game and now has scored 226 career points. He is tied for fourth on UK's career scoring list with Taylor Begley (2002-05). He needs six points to tie Seth Hanson (1997-98, 2000-01) for third all-time.
  • Cobb totaled 56 receiving yards in the game and has 1,483 receiving yards in his career, listing him tied for eighth on UK's career receiving yards list. Cobb needs 25 more yards to pass Felix Wilson (1977-79) for seventh.
  • Cobb totaled three receptions in the game and now has 126 career receptions and is now ninth on UK's career pass receptions list. He needs three receptions to match Derek Homer (1997-2000) for eighth.
  • Derrick Locke rushed 22 times for 145 yards and two touchdowns. Locke's 83-yard TD run tied for the 7th longest run in UK history.
  • Chris Matthews' 55-yard touchdown reception was a career-long reception.
  • Winston Guy led Kentucky with a career-high 18 tackles, marking the third time this season that he has led UK in tackles. Guy has posted career-highs in tackles in back-to-back games. Guy's 18 tackles ties him for third most in a single game in UK history. Wesley Woodyard had 18 tackles in 2005 against Tennessee. Dustin Williams had 20 tackles in 2003 against Indiana, while the single-game leader was Chad Anderson with 21 against Georgia in 2003.
  • Danny Trevathan had 10 tackles and now has 207 career tackles.
  • Danny Trevathan has double-figure tackles in seven-consecutive games. It is the longest streak since Marty Moore had double-figure tackles in 13-consecutive games in 1991-92.
  • Craig McIntosh has made eighth-consecutive field goals. It's the longest streak since Taylor Begley hit nine a row in 2005.