SEC Football: Predicting the Records for Each Team in 2015

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Sep 13, 2014; Gainesville, FL, USA; Kentucky Wildcats running back Stanley Williams (18) is congratulated by running back Jojo Kemp (3) after he scored a touchdown during the first overtime against the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Florida Gators defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 36-30. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Kentucky:  7-5 (3-5)

Losses: @ South Carolina, Auburn, @ Mississippi State, Tennessee, @ Georgia

Breakdown: In my opinion, this Kentucky team is one or two years away from being a serious force to be reckoned with in the SEC, but for now, they’ll have to settle with playing spoiler to the current forces in the league.

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  • Mark Stoops has done an excellent job in recruiting and, conversely, raising expectations in his time in Lexington. If only Bud Dupree had one more year of eligibility yet. Without him though, the defense probably won’t be of much help to the offense lead by Patrick Towles, Jojo Kemp, and Boom Williams. If Kentucky gets those three to play like they did in the first half of last season, they could certainly upset a few teams.

    As of right now, I think the only one they’ll get is against Missouri, but Auburn and Tennessee best not start slowly when they visit the newly renovated Commonwealth Stadium.

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