Cats Can't Take Advantage

Reported by: Keenan Singleton
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Updated: 10/13/2013 7:53 pm
You can look at UK's loss to no. 1 Alabama two different ways - as the glass half empty or half full.

Sure, they lost 48-7. But those 7 points? The first TD 'Bama's allowed since Sept. 14.

Glass half empty? Alabama with 668 total yards of offense.

Half full? The Cats holding Bama scoreless in the first quarter.

Kentucky able to keep the Tide off the board thanks to two timely fumble recoveries.

Cats couldn't convert any points on the turnovers, an issue coach Stoops says may not have changed the final outcome anyway.

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