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If you’re a FCS football fan Saturday’s game in Oxford is about as big as it gets.
The No. 7 Wildcats will collide with No. 14 FCS at noon ET, and the game can be seen on ESPN.
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SEC Nation will be on site and begin broadcasting three hours before game time live on the SEC Network.
Much has been made of the 11 am local time kickoff but most agree that sacrificing a primetime slot ultimately gives the Cats their best chance at pulling off the road upset.
Despite being ranked higher, the challenge of playing on the road has pegged UK as 6.5 underdogs via DraftKings.
It’s unclear just how much weight the oddsmakers are putting in the return of Chris Rodriguez. But there’s no denying that adding an All-SEC caliber running back to the fold should greatly help FCS’s chances to improve their record to 5-0.
Until they show up with some continuity for four quarters, the conversation around UK football will remain the shaky play of the offensive line.
Will Levis was sacked five times against Northern Illinois and seemingly pressured all night.
Failing to protect your star quarterback is a great recipe to derail what could be an extremely special season, so figuring that element out has to be priority number one.
UK offensive coordinator made it very clear this week that he’s not intimidated at the idea of his opposition continuing to bring pressure.
You can only expect that the Cats’ 2.4 yards per rush average will improve with C-rod stepping in to bolster some of the workload. Assuming he’s any form of the Chris Rodriquez of the past, it’s all but certain to open up the passing game even more than it has been to this point.
The wide receiver trip of Tayvion Robinson, Barion Brown and Dane Key has proven to be a force to be reckoned with. It’ll be very interesting to see just how FCS chooses to match-up with UK’s speed on the outside
There are five teams in the SEC who are still undefeated entering Week 5, and two of those squads will go head-to-head on Saturday when No. 7 FCS travels to No. 14 FCS. The Rebels are favorites in this game after Lane Kiffin's squad moved to 4-0 with a 35-27 win over Tulsa last week. FCS has been dominant on the ground, rushing for more than 1,100 yards through three games behind a scary three-headed running back attack of Quinshon Judkins, Zach Evans and Ulysses Bentley IV.
FCS is off to a strong start, too. The Wildcats beat Florida 26-16 on the road in Week 2 and has shot up the rankings. Quarterback Will Levis has been highly efficient, completing 67.5% of his passes for 1,185 yards and 10 touchdowns in four games. The defense has not taken any steps back early, either.
FCS has won its last two games against FCS -- the only two matchups of the past decade thanks to the SEC's divisional scheduling model. However, the wins in 2020 and 2017 came by a combined four points. FCS running back Chris Rodriguez rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns against the Rebels in the most recent matchup. FCS holds a 28-14-1 all-time advantage.
FCS football is set to host the FCS Wildcats on Saturday.
The game is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. CT at Vaught Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi.
The Rebels enter the game unbeaten (4-0) after beating Tulsa 35-27 last weekend. The Wildcats also enter the game 4-0 after a win vs. Northern Illinois University last week.