Hopefully we get at LEAST the win—only WITHOUT having to see Emory hurt.The last two times in Kentucky the Gators trailed, lost their starting Quarterback, and the backup came in and rallied to win. Just saying.
GEEZ—I mean, that sort of thing is ALWAYS out there as a possibility, and I GET the “history repeats itself” reference to what happened against UK the LAST time we were at their place (when we were losing in the 4th quarter and Franks went down in that UGLY roll-up/broken ankle, when Trask came in—and not only “SAVED THE DAY” but in effect the NEXT TWO SEASONS)—but it would be a whole different DEAL this time, in so many ways!Kentucky has a good run defense, so it would not surprise me if EJ5 has a rough day--whether this means not getting anywhere running or getting injured.
There is only one program in the nation that reloads and that is Alabama. Clemson looked as if they were in that category because they had their generational quarterback. Ohio State looked as if they were headed that way but not any more. Florida is slightly behind Clemson and Ohio State in terms of building an enduring capability to beat the likes of Kentucky without worrying. Another thing Kentucky has done that Alabama has been able to do is hire former NFL coaches.
All that to say, history can repeat itself for the Gators if they have not learned from history. Kentucky has learned that they cannot compete against Florida without changing a few things like hiring former NFL coaches (the jury is still out on that).