Florida dominated Kentucky on Saturday afternoon, and it prompted one CBS analyst to take quite the shot at the Wildcats program.
Florida crushed Kentucky, 45-7, in a game that was lopsided from the start. The Gators, who led 24-0 at halftime, out-gained the Wildcats 564-149 in yardage. Kentucky quarterback Drew Barker finished the game 2-of-10 for 10 yards with three interceptions – which means he had more completions to the opposition than he did to his own team.
After the game, CBS analyst Brian Jones took a shot at Kentucky’s program, calling it “the state of Kentucky’s largest junior college.” We’re assuming that isn’t a compliment.
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Kentucky is now 0-2 after losses to Florida and Southern Miss. Mark Stoops might be sitting on the hot seat soon.