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There have been some eyebrow-raising performances in the SEC this season, but perhaps nothing has been as surprising as South Carolina's bowl run.
Wildcats improve bowl positioning
Kentucky, fresh off its upset of rival Louisville, will head to the TaxSlayer Bowl in Jacksonville to face Georgia Tech per Mark Schlabach or to the Belk Bowl in Charlotte to play Virginia Tech per Brett McMurphy. Bowl projections
An Egg Bowl win over Ole Miss plus a top APR score might make Mississippi State the 12th SEC team to grab a bowl berth. We're putting the Bulldogs in.
Coach of the week: Mark Stoops
After on 0-2 start, Stoops was on the hot seat. But after winning five of their next six games and closing the season with a victory at No. 11 Louisville, the Cats are now bowl bound. Coaching winners and losers (Insider)
Vanderbilt's Derek Mason and Kentucky' Mark Stoops both have pulled their teams from shaky starts to being bowl eligible. Which was a bigger surprise?
It's the Tide and everyone else in the SEC. No one else has nine wins, whereas every other Power 5 conference has at least three teams with that many.
It was a down year overall for the SEC, but Alabama is the best in the league and the nation.
Derrius Guice and Nick Fitzgerald rushed their way into their schools' record books, and receiver ArDarius Stewart was the MVP of the Iron Bowl.
Austin MacGinnis' 47-yard field goal with 12 seconds remaining gave Kentucky a 41-38 upset of No. 11 Louisville on Saturday and helped the Wildcats win the Governor's Cup for the first time since
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Kentucky's 41-38 win over 11 Louisville snapped a 25-game road losing streak vs ranked opponents. The last road win was in 2002, at Louisville
Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer
Kentucky beats No. 11 Louisville 41-38 (no, it's not a CBB halftime score). The ViewFromVegas is the Wildcats did it as 28-point road underdogs and +1700 on the money line. The game also went over the betting total of 71 points.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Well after 1,142 yards, 79 points and 50 first down Kentucky outlasts No. 11 Louisville 41-38 on the road. What a great turnaround season for Mark Stoops and his Wildcats. Remember this team started the year 0-2 with an opening loss to Southern Miss. Now Kentucky is bowl bound and just pulled off a stunner against the Heisman favorite
Kentucky knocks off No. 11 Louisville
Austin MacGinnis nailed this 47-yard FG with 12 seconds left to put the Wildcats on top 41-38. Louisville star QB Lamar Jackson committed three turnovers in the second half of his team's third loss.
David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer
Kentucky tops Louisville 41-38, ending a five-year losing streak in the Governor's Cup and dealing a legitimate dagger to Lamar Jackson's Heisman campaign and the Cardinals' Orange Bowl hopes. Jackson's final heave was picked off, his fourth turnover of the game. Louisville turned it over deep in Kentucky territory twice, proving to be the difference in the game.