LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky football coach Rich Brooks says
his team has improved dramatically, but next Saturday's game will
be the biggest test so far this season. The Wildcats will travel to
Tuscaloosa to play No. 2 Alabama.
Kentucky is 4-0 but Brooks says the Wildcats' first Southeastern
Conference matchup will show how far they have progressed, and if
they will be able to compete in the SEC.
Brooks says the Crimson Tide is a borderline great team, but the
Wildcats won't be cannon fodder for the Tide like they have been in
Meanwhile, Wildcats' safety Ashton Cobb has been suspended from
the university after being arrested Friday for allegedly sending
threatening text and voicemail messages to his ex-girlfriend.
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