Kentucky Blows It In Final Seconds

You could actually say the wind blew it because the winning kick sailed wide right with like :43 left on the game clock.

Good Morning NJ, PA, and the rest of the world.  I hope everyone has a wonderful day to today with it being Sunday and all.  Some people work today, some don’t, but what’s important is that we’re doing whatever it is we would like.

I don’t know how many people actually watched the Florida Gators play Kentucky last night, but it was a fabulous game as expected.  I said Kentucky would show up at night, at home, and win this game, but they ended up loosing 29-21.  If you took Kentucky with the 8 points then at least you didn’t lose any money.

I know some people got the spread at 9.5 so congratulations to all of you.

I was a 22-21 ball game with just under a minute left to play.  Kentucky drove the ball down the field in dramatic fashion, and on fourth down, special teams came on the field to kick the potential game winning field goal.  The Wildcats missed the kick and turned the ball over on downs.  Then Florida put the nail in the coffin with another touchdown run that went for 76 yards, and the extra point was good.

When the final quarter bagan, Kentucky was winning this game 21-10, but the Wildcats didn’t score any points in the fourth quarter.  In fact, they were leading the Gators 21-16 all the way up until…

Florida intercepted a pass at the six minute mark, and on their possession, the backup QB, Trask, ran it into the endzone for six.  Florida went for two but failed to convert, and the score was 22-21, which is where it stayed until the  final minute.

Florida is now 3-0 and ranked first in the SEC East, while Kentucky fell to 2-1.  They’re ranked fifth in the same division.

Wait, what?  Hawaii?  I don’t know. is now 1-1 with Feature Game Picks.


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