Kentucky star running back Benny Snell, No. 26, ran for 777 yards and 12 touchdowns in UK’s final five games. In the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, Snell will face a Northwestern rush defense that allowed only 111.3 yards a game.
Kentucky star running back Benny Snell, No. 26, ran for 777 yards and 12 touchdowns in UK’s final five games. In the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, Snell will face a Northwestern rush defense that allowed only 111.3 yards a game. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
Kentucky star running back Benny Snell, No. 26, ran for 777 yards and 12 touchdowns in UK’s final five games. In the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, Snell will face a Northwestern rush defense that allowed only 111.3 yards a game. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com

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