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.
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.
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.