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Kentucky Defeats Tennessee in Knoxville for the First Time Since 1984

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Mark Stoops’ Kentucky Wildcats exorcised a demon Saturday afternoon, winning in Knoxville for the first time since 1984.

The Wildcats dominated the No. 18 Tennessee Volunteers 34-7, snapping a 17-game losing streak to the Volunteers at Neyland Stadium.

Once again, Kentucky’s defense set the tone by forcing four first-half turnovers, including two interception returns for touchdowns by Kelvin Joseph and Jamin Davis.

Senior quarterback Terry Wilson made some great throws in the second half, finishing 12-of-15 for 101 yards and a touchdown.

Check back for more coverage from Kentucky’s win in Knoxville after Mark Stoops and players meet with the media.

 

 

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