2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
2-2, 2nd in SEC - East
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Barnhart's Take: Week 5 (1:00)
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Football Feelings: Week 5 (2:28)
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Kentucky-Alabama could get ugly

Kentucky is last or tied for last in the SEC in defensive efficiency, third down conversions, TDs allowed and yards per game allowed.

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Alabama laying 5 TDs a bargain?

No. 1 Alabama is a 35-point favorite against Kentucky, but ESPN's Phil Steele still likes the Crimson Tide to cover at home against the Wildcats. Why? Defense is the name of the game. Week 5 best bets (Insider)

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2dGreg Ostendorf

Week 5 in the SEC: What to watch for

Will Ed Orgeron right the LSU ship against Missouri? Will Tennessee have a letdown at Georgia? Some storylines to watch in the SEC in Week 5.

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The Kentucky-Alabama series is one of the most lopsided in SEC history. The Crimson Tide hold a 36-2-1 all-time record in the series. The Wildcats head to Tuscaloosa this weekend, a place where they've never won. Although the programs don't share much resemblance, they do have one thing in common: Bear Bryant is the winningest coach at each school.

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Offensive players of September (6:46)
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Breaking down SEC Week 5 matchups (1:48)
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Did you SEC that? (3:02)
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SEC coaches comment on Les Miles (2:42)
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Saban, Stoops prepare for challenging Week 5 contest (3:41)
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Top plays in the SEC: Week 4 (1:21)
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Kentucky beats South Carolina for third straight time (1:28)
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Brent Musburger gives a shout-out to Tim Tebow while breaking down Kentucky's win over South Carolina (2:27)
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Brent Musburger goes full Tim Tebow while breaking down Kentucky victory (2:38)
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Kentucky linebacker Jordan Jones compares team to Ronda Rousey after 17-10 win over Gamecocks (1:09)
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UK's Stoops pleased with young team's performance (1:36)
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Snell scores from one yard out

Wildcats RB Benjamin Snell Jr. takes the direct snap and dodges a diving defender on his way into the end zone. Kentucky takes a 17-10 lead over South Carolina early in the fourth quarter.

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Williams sheds a tackle to go 43 yards for Kentucky TD (0:43)

Team Stats

Passing Yards203.592nd
Rushing Yards196.8Tied-47th
Points For31.861st
Points Against35.3Tied-108th

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