notice LSU is still ranked above UK I doubt UK could beat them in the SEC CG or in Baton rouge. sorry but LSU beat themselves many penalties. LSU is the best team in the nation, they just didnt play like it that day. shot themselves in the foot. sadly all of the penalties were legit, its been going on for 3 games now, cant say I didnt see it coming, just figured it woulda been Florida instead. Sloppy ball = Loss.
UK is good and I hope they beat Florida. On that day Uk was better though got to hand it to them.
All but 1 yard of a 10-yard Trindon Holliday reverse in the first quarter is reversed by a holding penalty. LSU later punted.
An offensive pass-interference penalty on Terrance Toliver wipes out a 48-yard pass to the Kentucky 12. A block-in-the-back penalty on an option keeper by Ryan Perrilloux on Brandon LaFell cancels a 10-yard gain to the 8. LSU eventually settles for a field goal.
On third-and-11, Kentucky’s André Woodson throws incomplete but Craig Steltz is called for pass interference. Kentucky goes on to kick a field goal to pull within 27-24.
After the Wildcats tied it 27-27 late in the fourth, LSU is penalized 10 yards for holding on the ensuing kickoff back to its 16. Colt David figured 10 yards could have made the difference in his last-gasp 57-yard attempt being good or just wide left as time expired.
In the first overtime, LSU’s Tyson Jackson is penalized 15 yards for slapping Woodson’s helmet on first-and-15 from the 30, moving UK to the 15. The Wildcats scored a touchdown five plays later.
LSU got to the 9 in the second overtime, but Toliver was penalized for being an ineligible receiver on the catch because he lined up on the line inside an eligible receiver to his left. Instead of first-and-goal the Tigers had second-and-13 at the 28 and had to settle for a field goal that UK matched.
In the third OT, defensive holding on Curtis Taylor in the end zone gave UK first-and-goal at the 3 leading to the game-winning touchdown.