Everyone in Lexington knew Kentucky had to throw the ball in order to get back in the game, and the Wildcats were able to come away with points as Mike Hartline threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Chris Matthews to cut the Bulldogs lead to 16 points. They were able to cut the lead to 16 because they were able to convert the two point conversion.
Hartline has played a good game, throwing for 314 yards and three touchdowns. If the Bulldogs can't convert on a few first downs on the ensuing drive, thing could get really interesting because Hartline has athletes all over the field and can score at will.
Oh, and for those wondering Washaun Ealey's stats so far in the contest, 25 carries, 117 yards and five touchdowns. I think it's safe to say he will be SEC Offensive Player of the Week. Well, that's if the media members who vote did not see Cam Newton lead Auburn to a huge win against LSU today.