Kentucky's run began with a fourth-quarter rally when Allen-Williams was a freshman. SC kicker Alexander Woznick missed the PAT on the Gamecocks' first touchdown.
"I didn't want to say it to the players, but I knew then that was going to come back to haunt us", Muschamp said. SC appeared to be in control, but the offense stalled as Johnson and Snell went to work for the Kentucky offense, which scored 20 unanswered points. "We got whipped up front", Muschamp said. He had 73 rushing yards on 16 carries, often from the wildcat position, past year against SC, but Bowden is a newcomer.
Benny Snell rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns as Kentucky opened SEC play by extending its winning streak over SC to four games with a 23-13 victory in Columbia, S.C., on Saturday.
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So, we like to prepare the same way and we like to play with the same kind of intensity regardless of who we are playing against. On this, Virat said he would like to try with the all-rounders as most of the teams are doing the same now a days.
"I felt like we had good preparation", Muschamp said. He had five catches for 122 yards, including a 68-yard touchdown catch to open the game. He was taken into the medical tent and returned to the field shortly after.
WILDCATS QB: Kentucky appeared to ignite a quarterback controversy by replacing Stephen Johnson with former starter Drew Barker in the second quarter against Eastern Kentucky. He directed two long scoring drives - each with double-digit plays - as Kentucky went up 14-6 midway through the second quarter on Snell's second rushing touchdown. That discussion appears over. Bentley went 11 of 14 including a TD pass the rest of the way in the Gamecocks victory. "We got some running plays called".
Snell finished with 102 yards on 32 carries. "It felt good. I felt like Steph (Curry of National Basketball Association champion Golden State) when he hit the three in the fourth to silence" the crowd, he said. He has scored six touchdown in his last 12 games.