Cats move to second in SEC East



By Joshua Huff [email protected] Another Saturday, another shakeup throughout the SEC. The victims this week: Georgia, Missouri and South Carolina. As a result, UK finds itself in unfamiliar territory. With the week off after a shaky performance against Eastern Kentucky University, the Cats will take to the field on Thursday against Auburn while sitting in second place behind Florida in the SEC East. With Georgia losing to Tennessee 38-31, the annual October slide for the Bulldogs commences. They have now lost two straight and will next face a Missouri team that is without its starting quarterback and losers of two of its past three games. South Carolina continues its second consecutive disappointing season, but will look to turn the tide against Vanderbilt after losing four of its past five games. The view from near the top must be satisfying for the Cats, as it is a position UK is familiar with. The Cats this time last year sat 5-1 and some were debating whether UK was worthy of a Top 25 selection. Six-straight losses later, the brutal reality of missing a bowl by one game was realized and made to simmer throughout the long summer. With seven games remaining in the season, UK sits two games away from bowl eligibility. And fortunately for UK, four of the next five games are against teams suffering through subpar seasons: Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia and Vanderbilt. The grind for two more wins begins against an Auburn team still searching for its identity. The Tigers are 3-2 overall and 0-2 in the SEC. Much like UK, Auburn resides at the bottom of the SEC in total offense. For UK to win, its offense will need to live up to the preseason hype. Inconsistency at quarterback and a weak offensive line will hit as hard as déjà vu should Auburn win. A promising start to the season is forgotten as quickly as Patrick Towles’ play for three quarters against EKU.

lisinopril 10 mgaugmentinfurosemide 40 mgwarfarin interaction with furosemideaugmentin usessildenafil citratelisinopril 10 mgsildenafil citrategabapentin toxicity A loss on Thursday would mean that UK will enter the meat of its schedule 4-2, which is good; however, Experts predict UK will lose four of its next five games. For the time being, UK needs to relish being in second place in the SEC East. The stay may be fleeting, but the turmoil within the division and the experience from last season’s slide has UK this year sitting a bit taller and its chest a bit bigger. Should UK win on Thursday, its podium will sit just a bit higher in a conference full of kings.