|Joker Phillips will coach his final game for Kentucky on Saturday. (US Presswire)|
Kickoff: Saturday, 12:21 p.m. ET (SEC Network/ESPN Gameplan)
Spread: Tennessee by 13
Watchability: Two teams with a combined 0-14 SEC record shouldn't command a huge audience. It is the last game for Kentucky coach Joker Phillips and it's the only game for Tennessee interim head coach Jim Chaney.
Shining stars: Kentucky -- LB Avery Williamson. He makes seemingly every tackle for the Wildcats. His numbers are impressive -- 128 total tackles, 4.5 TFLs, three sacks, two forced fumbles and an INT. To put his tackle total in perspective, only two other players on Kentucky's team have half of his total. Tennessee -- WR Cordarrelle Patterson. He's been a bright spot in a frustrating year for Tennessee. The Vols do everything they can to get the ball in his hands. He's been used as a WR, RB, PR, KR and even has thrown a pass this season. It all adds up to 1,700 all-purpose yards, the most in the SEC.
Who could steal the show: Kentucky -- QB Jalen Whitlow. The freshman is still learning the position, but he shows signs of promise. He had a strong game last week against Samford, completing 10 of 13 attempts (76.9 percent) for 66 yards and a TD and rushing seven times for 59 yards and an additional TD. Tennessee -- QB Tyler Bray. He's one of the most talented QBs in the nation, but he's been inconsistent. The past two weeks have been a good example of that. He threw 404 yards and four TDs against Missouri two weeks ago but followed that up by only throwing for 103 yards, one TD and two INTs against Vanderbilt last week.
Magic number for Kentucky: 26. The Wildcats broke Tennessee's 26-game win streak over them last year in Lexington. Now they're aiming to stop the Vols' 13-game home winning streak in the series.
Magic number for Tennessee: 3. That's how many head coaches some of the seniors playing their final game on Saturday have played for in Knoxville.
The game comes down to: Tennessee is more talented, but do the Vols still care? A season that began with optimism has deteriorated into a lost cause. They looked unmotivated against Vanderbilt last week in a 41-18 loss. Chaney will have to motivate this group to get one more win for a senior class that has been through a lot.
Prediction: Tennessee 35, Kentucky 21
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