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- Mauk leads No. 9 Missouri past Kentucky, 48-17 Updated: Nov-09-13 6:49 pm
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LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Mark Stoops said his Kentucky team is making progress despite another 2-10 finish.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Kentucky hoped to send its seniors away victorious and take a small step forward in the rebuilding process.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Joshua Dobbs threw two touchdown passes and ran 40 yards for another, and Tennessee broke a four-game losing streak with a 27-14 over rival Kentucky on Saturday night.
KNOXVILLE, Tennessee - Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs is getting a tough introduction to Southeastern Conference football.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Commonwealth Stadium will have a smoother, rounder look that Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart ultimately hopes will create a more intimate spectator atmosphere and a big-time experience for Wildcat football players and recruits.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Kentucky coach Mark Stoops has suspended leading rusher Raymond Sanders for Saturday's game against Tennessee for violating a team rule.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - The Vanderbilt Commodores just keep making history, and this time they've become eligible for a third straight bowl game for the first time in the program's history, all under coach James Franklin.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Kentucky couldn't offer much resistance when No. 9 Missouri got its game going on Saturday.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Maty Mauk wanted simply to keep the offense rolling for No. 9 Missouri before turning the job back to James Franklin. Dorial Green-Beckham was merely trying to help the Tigers' backup quarterback succeed.