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Even the Kentucky Wildcats have been all 2-0 with wins over a set of teams that are MAC. Now the SEC season begins with all the Florida Gators coming into town. Kentucky has already lost its starting quarterback for the season, which makes things more difficult.
Saturday, September 14, 2019 – 07:00 PM EDT in Kroger Field
Past 14, kentucky start to this season hit a pothole that was harsh.
To some season-ending knee injury, the Wildcats lost quarterback Terry Wilson on their approach to going 2-0 on the year.
Wilson started all 13 games a year ago, revealing an arm and dangerous threat that helped lead Kentucky.
In his place, Kentucky will begin backup Sawyer Smith, that travelled last week after Wilson went down.
Smith is a move from Troy. He went 5-2 after taking over as a rookie last season, passing for 14 touchdowns and 1,669 yards.
Kentucky’s defense has given up 366.5 metres and 20.5 points per game this year, but it will get a boost, as a result of the NCAA.
Linebacker Xavier Peters, who transferred from Florida State, is expected to play against the Gators and was cleared to play with.
The recruit observed action during the redshirt year of last season in two games.

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