An After Action Review, or AAR for short, is a military process used to analyze what happened, why it happened, and how it can be done better. Thanks to our friends at the Kentucky Army National Guard, KSR applies that concept to analyze how the Wildcats fared against its most recent opponent. Here is the breakdown of pregame goals compared to results against Tennessee.
B.L.U.F. (Bottom Line Up Front)
Kentucky’s offense played winning football. The Kentucky defense did not. Tennessee beat Kentucky 45-42.
The Wildcats totaled 612 yards, scored 42 points, converted 35 first downs, possessed the football for 46:08–and lost.