Florida will need to neutralize Kentucky's Woodyard
QB Andre' Woodson and his offensive co-stars deserve all the accolades they're receiving in the wake of Kentucky's shocking upset of previously top-ranked LSU. But how about some love for the second-half effort turned in by the much-maligned Kentucky defense? Sure, surrendering 37 points in a game hardly seems praiseworthy. However, the Wildcats defense pitched a shutout during the final 18:49 of regulation, which afforded Woodson & Co. the opportunities they needed to mount the comeback.
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