Last year’s game – including the “Mad World” dream montage & a Matrix theme.
Kentucky Scoring Offense Evaluation
|Scoring Defense||Kentucky Scored vs.||Deviation from Avg.||% Scored of Avg|
The Cats have scored about the average what teams typically allow in 2014. UK was way under vs. Vanderbilt & LSU, but over performed a great deal versus South Carolina, Monroe, Georgia, and Mississippi State.
Louisville is the 3rd best scoring defensive team that Kentucky has played this season (Mississippi St...Read More
Louisville Scoring Offense Evaluation
|Scoring Defense||Louisville Scored vs.||Deviation from Avg.||% Scored of Avg|
UofL scores about 4 points or 118% of what opponents have allowed in 2014. Louisville has exceeded the average points allowed in 7 of 10 FBS games.
Kentucky allows more points per game than any team Louisville has faced in 2014.
Kentucky Scoring Defense Evaluation
|Scoring Offense||Kentucky Allowed vs.||D...|
Rick Pitino met with Terry Meiners on 840 on WHAS Radio and they talk a little football, Savannah State, “Four White Guys & an Egyptian”, Shaqquan Aaron, and a potential injury that may affect the injury.
We think we know who the injury is by the way…………..Read More
Clemson is #21.
WEEK 14, NOV 25, 2014
|23||Boise State 9-2|
Full Poll Coming
The Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame announced that University of Louisville junior safety Gerod Holliman was announced as one of three finalists for the 2014 Jim Thorpe Award, given to the top defensive back in college football.
Holliman joins Landon Collins of Alabama and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu of Oregon as the finalists for one of the most prestigious college football awards in the country.
A native of Miami, Fla., Holliman leads the Football Bowl Subdivision with a school record 13 interceptions this year. He is tied with former N.C. State cornerback David Amerson for the ACC single-season record set in 2011 and is currently one pick away from tying Al Worley’s (Washington) NCAA record of 14 set in 1968.
A product of Southridge High, Holliman is only the 11th player in NCAA history to r...Read More
|Scoring Offense (ppg)||31.5 (49th)||28.2 (72nd)|
|Total Offense (ypg)||389.4 (76th)||389.5 (75th)|
|Passing Offense (ypg)||233.9 (58th)||236.2 (54th)|
|Rushing Offense (ypg)||155.45 (74th)||153.36 (80th)|
|Scoring Defense (ppg)||18.7 (13th)||30.1 (89th)|
|Total Defense (ypg)||290.2 (7th)||401.0 (71st)|
|Passing Defense (ypg)||201.7 (35th)||200.0 (31st)|
|Rushing Defense (ypg)||88.45 (3rd)||201.0 (99th)|
|Punt Returns (ypr)||7.47 (73rd)||7.50 (71st)|
|Kickoff Returns (ypr)||22.32 (40th)||23.09 (26th)|
|Opponent Punt Returns (ypr)||10.96 (104th)||13.71 (119th)|
|Opponent Kickoff Returns (ypr)||23.00 (108th)||22.50 (98th)|
|Punting (ypp)||40.81 (77th)||42.27 (43rd)|
|Field Goal %||77.8% (40th)||73.9 (57th)|
|Opponent Field Goal %||84.2% (110th)||68.4% (44th)|
|First Downs (per game)||20...|