Snell's 2 TDs lead Kentucky to 23-13 win over Gamecocks

Lawrence Cooper
September 19, 2017

He's a guy who worked extremely hard.

The start of the game did not go well for the Cats, as electric play-maker Deebo Samuel took his first catch 68 yards to the end zone on the first play of the game.

Muschamp said that number one, "will be out for an extended period of time".

South Carolina: The Gamecocks were poised for a Top 25 breakthrough with a victory. Kentucky ran for 216 yards and a pair of touchdowns against SC last season, led by a trio of talented running backs - "Boom" Williams, Jo Jo Kemp and Benny Snell Jr. "We just stay on our technique, letting the line get to the blocks and do what they got to do".

Kentucky enters Saturday's matchup with a record of 2-0. Deebo Samuel was the SC player closest to me; his expression seemed to convey this: "Are you kidding me?" But Kentucky's defense did not allow the Gamecocks any more points after that. He leads the SEC and is tied for second nationally.

"It just shows that us as a defense, we can do things like that", Courtney Love said. We're going to have to continue to get better as the season goes on, but their work ethic is right, their attitude is right. He ran for 73 yards and a touchdown against the Gamecocks in Lexington last season.

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The former Swansea City striker came off the bench for the final couple of minutes at Wembley to help Spurs see the game out. They have done very well in the last few years and I think I fit very well with this project.

"He's an outstanding teammate and an outstanding friend", quarterback Jake Bentley said, according to The State.

For the first time in nine years, Kentucky has held three-straight opponents to 17 points or less.

Parker White missed a field goal after the Moore interception and Bentley threw his first interception after the fumble recovery.

Moore has told the Charleston Post and Courier that the SC players refused to extend their hands because of chirping by the United Kingdom players. Both times the Gamecocks had the ball in Kentucky territory but would stall.

We have SEC conference action on the gridiron on Saturday night, as the #20 Florida Gators take on the Kentucky Wildcats.

The 'Cats will kick off at 7:30 p.m. when they visit Williams-Brice Stadium.

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