Monday, December 28, 2009
KY's Offense (and some of its most passionate fans) Fall Asleep In Second Half
NASHVILLE — The University of Kentucky took care of one major part of its game plan in the Music City Bowl. It kept Clemson All-America tailback C.J. Spiller in check. That wasn't enough to offset the numerous scoring opportunities the Wildcats squandered. UK moved inside Clemson territory six times Sunday night but ended up with just one touchdown to show for it. That proved to be the Cats' undoing in a 21-13 loss to snap Kentucky's bowl winning streak at three games."It's an extremely disappointing loss," UK Coach Rich Brooks said. "I thought we had quite a few chances where we crossed midfield and we couldn't finish the drives." UK fans Justin West & Andrew Cornell both said "the huge steak dinner and the "festive" chocolate eggnog proved to be too much for us. "Coach Rich Brooks also told the media he's "80% sure" he will not be returning as coach.