xt7cz8929f75 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7cz8929f75/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky 1993 athletic publications  English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. University of Kentucky Football Programs Kickoff Magazine, University of Kentucky vs. Louisiana State University, October 16, 1993 text Kickoff Magazine, University of Kentucky vs. Louisiana State University, October 16, 1993 1993 2014 true xt7cz8929f75 section xt7cz8929f75  @_f@¤@@@§@@®®@·j§%%¥$»@%@¤%é%®®@@®§@@@>~ —,_;V v ¤._,V
  % Pg __·· gl I'€’([¢ F B #5% \V   ; Q I Q" J V \§' V 4;;,,   3 uu
V ® A   ·¢ A  _ #2* ‘   V V QF   Q       · .
{VV?   `AQIQGG an   ¤·i..   sia       ‘ sz? M $5,   o %°%         ’  
n
5 V M ',_ ~   . k ‘€; 4
* ·; ·£      
VV=i=é';> (-7->\) V Z1 V
E   V “’z\, .
 VV? V  
Q   , ’  LVV f
 CV  4:;;-  `  ¤`»"‘L      o - ..    
{ ,    V , ,V-,·‘:·n== .¤  _V    · -  V!
V   ’*·‘1V, 4  "V5.¢ ¤‘ >, ~  ’
I | ` . >‘  , j__ / will   ,    _ rv, ;_La%;Q_   _,
{ [ I- ` _  _ ’ Y?P€& `, ·" '°'°`°`v r‘   _   Jia 
    .. , V . .   _ .     ~ *2%  , . V     VV
V- VV   V V . - V —--   V V- * ·  -J__=· -   •;"·‘;i{--;.·:- bg?   V V
g V Vw;      -‘V· Vj ,,,_ ,    
_ ` % 2;;;, ` {   .'_.,;»f V A 5% V T
; . 4 , --   - W     ‘· lr · V·· W   *` ·— gvV,·yQ}y  ·V V ’  
Il 4 "V,}Z;?"-f;f1- ,;_
  V "    g ,;..-. ‘
{gl}; ·i:‘J:‘ v`
  ,
¤ ~ . ’ ‘ , ‘ ~ ‘ ?i€*·iV
Y , F Vrziéfrig- .V»· V   - .   °‘‘°  
( 'U ” { i '“·“ -— ' >' A ‘# I- 'V ' K  Ee  
,   V V  [  `.', · V ’ V .
l"'5*f! '.,,k>; ‘: E in _ . ‘»··;'  *4;, ,, • ,
          .·
=‘»<-·   ·· .-   · · . r ’ V ‘
  ,V;*;VV ’V—·   _   J · · ·V · V
¤             ·     ,· · . V V
: -V   2   m:.V?,V>Y—~w‘7  Vi::';.V‘{f  .  ‘V   . ’?·¤$2·»  ’¥<·2é3J‘·;  -
    .:V·=V° 2; ·:=V " -. W  4   V    V
    ’   ‘ _   · 1   ‘ _   ·_,_-   , - . _ · ,
W   qg;4   ,;:·,   · ,-V ,  1;  2-,:;:;.  · v ,   __ V
  V :  “  ‘ ‘·;~        · o V V ~V‘V ,
 gifdff     . ·  iii VV,V _ I ` V o  
  ` ,.VVss-=      ·- ‘   .V‘V ;-3 .,., 5 . *-1,
“:"   ll ‘ `  +*1 ` ‘ ‘·¢V=; ,::   ;_. , '»
V ‘ . _  . ·   `   ·»’' 2 -
V ·V‘`     V, 2- ‘
' >,   _  ‘,,. ‘ >`.‘,   V; `
Y V   °` ·     ·····, `
C-?Vl{$Z`2i:  ‘..V`‘ i   '.·· ; =. . ·;r ‘     }
  `V,.: ‘ -;;i ¥··:*-5 .-V ; ‘ V- *2 A   .‘·_-
 fi —`‘—‘   —.¤¤-tee, ·;- -1 · ’ · ‘ ‘ `
    ~’VV   V ,,‘· , ' - `
·   *12; V·‘,V 1   V ».,.V ‘  
  ·`"‘VV i   r¥$;;r‘L   ‘·_   ‘
I   V ·’ ` "i:‘·;   *  _ V -"
,   J ` ,_.'   _ · ‘· `  
`  · _. · -*
\. l   {  
. -_ _ _  VU  
V '    ··; ,#{.’·{ ’ 
` \ · Un?   
V V. ·• —  =;$:;LV·;
"..**·<·U:_ ’
· .,  
T——— — ' , o. "¢sY%.
q E LV VA. V
y E -| I I I . I V
i »V:‘vV·  r` V · “ > `
. ‘   ,.=V   »V·, V Tréi,
T ,-V _ ._   iii- °`    
  Q , E _. V V,-`   _ V ' -  
; FA ; V v_
1
V L * lo  
_·         = ,e~·;»~_ -  . · ,- .·*  .. ;·. V ·- -·   i `
    J V `       -V  V‘.‘ » ~ I V .v_' ir}.,
4 4`V .*2 V 4 i.544—4;@“;*}*,.··V. ‘  44444* 4i '· ‘4     4 44 4`44 4 44   4 g 4444
V’6‘·*iV·: W" V · Yr  rw V,  V ‘   .V,·         V· V gy;
  Z§‘44r44V4Vi4· ¥4{"·44`??’¥4;4?]*C*~¤V   V·.-*   V‘'' Z—` ·‘i€`   v V I 4 4 4VVV• f
      ``—t *4* V`tt ·~`€£‘ZV£:§¤;4`··2·V:<*F~'V`*T*;VVVT _   · ‘ ·   4 VV V?   ‘ ‘ ‘ V  
2;. 4 ` `   Ir -‘ MA L. VC .$_:'r‘··\; jvéi; .5  "£*.Js _A€r·75_v‘_- .- V ,_ V > I ~     V _ V V _:gV ·;
·‘   — ~ 1   V».‘._‘{·`}g~.;_‘;€¥;g~  V " »_ ‘ n V _ ·V ’ V _Vr_
_ °     VV V- -·  V __ _ V V F V 4 4 ·V ‘  
  “ 4 V. V 4 4  4   — 44  
A V  t·V» V v·»· V »`·W   V    _ V   ·’+¥
A ··  —   44i V ·¤ VV.;
. . ‘· ·· V ` t  l a M v_ SV;  -  W `  f V V V V  
4 V »·  . At V  V 4 4   V - 5***}**.
.»    ‘-  VV    · ¢ * V  _‘t· V V V
   4 4 4     . 4 4  V t... V   . V V t 4 44  4 V ·   't4’4 ’ V 
.,-- ` V 1 ’ ' t 4· -       [
V V VV ` V V *:42 A ’ ‘ '‘ ·     ${2; VV   ·-
` . 4   , V V yV 4 _  V Vg 4 44 -4    |
4 J ' V V t   · `‘ V 44 4 -   4   V4 V
,   ~ _ r ·;   _. t   >§·   E |  
- 4 ·V V   ‘ 4   ···= · ~ J ~•· V 44 —V -4 V   4*. —/`» Y 4*2%  '
~ _— . ·,‘· I , . _ V V V'? V`    H b V  
.f'· · ·Q _ 4 'n V · ` _ ‘ 4 V . 4· V  4 ··!V
4 V ’ _ ' V V` ' V ‘ V  '_`_`   _¤·
4 V- V * V   ¢ ‘ ‘ V 4 4 V 4 4 " —   J 4 V 4~  4g- VV`‘ 7  
— L 4 V :w-V/4 VV. .    V V _ 4 V _    V _V  —V  
V    VV   isi.           V D  ‘ » V. V -V n V 4 V  ~»   ’==‘»
V   44 4 4   4 _   {   rf   4 4~V4   ‘ *4   3 ‘ _· V I B"  — V VV V · ~ V ,  I ·V?·£?;.i
 ·> ~ ·- ·-   4  *4   _ Q. `Vt` V VV _V4—4·° — 44     4 mow 4 Am l&wn_uAM5()N . _ V 4 · 4 4 tV·——V V V _  *"»
4 °“   e   VV4V   4- —· 4. V   V· V1·¤5Acc000RP0RA110N V » ~   Vk ·
VV     VVVVV V t VVV4 » V   V V l.¤uisvilIe.K¤¤¤¤¢kY- ‘ ‘  
 ,..   _r · V V. V , V~ · I · Ji'], .·
  U  { V . _ ` _ V __ F’]99lB&WTCO- I V V _V$;f;§.;·
VVVV   AV   V V _ V _ V ~ V V V Q 4  
Vf‘V·# V ‘ *4 V V V ‘ · _ ___V_VA__V_____   TVVV -V ... . . .VV.V ~VV—VV·~·~·-——»————··*···—·* 

   V               ‘ ·Vj.V1rVV   VV · IV Vi   V _`‘_ V V   V   V*_V V .     ` VV V V VV VV   V VV V VV V V V J}       VV   VV     ;VV  VV     _V.V   VV VV;
I  iijai * ’A ?   FI}*I”1I`%§i » _     I ‘i»i`    I`   Il · I `   I   III   »V
     l,  {_ I ’‘ —   ~* II ~
3       C;1n1eStatistiesV ....................,.., 9 Meet   I%V$\¤§(`)I;1Cl`S ...........  
Statistics and stories fom t/ye nation? tozigbestfaotball C07W}'L'7Z£`€ bmumlg Tlm Uppomm ''''''` lll MCH W will 4 I" `‘'``‘`‘``'`` NV
I V, Meet CI he Opponent ............. I I Opponent Roster .,....,,.,...,.,.. (ull
4   S   UK In The News .,....,.........., 14 UK l\·”I11I`l1lgCI'.5 ....,.................,. (SZ
F€ll0lL/féliflw, z`/56 Fighting Tig8I's 0fLS(.lIl71ll fbi? l»l7GlllClIT5 of Opponent Schedules .........,... 16 UK l\”lrstl. SUIIICK ’Iwt‘;tInct‘S .... (5}
Kentucky claw it out at Commonwealth Stadium University Pmhle .......,.......... IS Kentucky Network ....,........... 05
8         UVI{rldtttittistmtion ............... 10 CAI`5 ..,.4..............,............... ob
junio] uanerblz k P lz. J 6 la V5! H UH t H b {md mcmsc Brll Lurrv 4.....................,....... 22 AD s Honor Roll .4..4............. 0*)
q I C 00 lg On 5 J 5 7 I H gr Assistant Coaches ......,........... 26 Clteerleuderh   Band ............ 70
¢°I0"1~¤’m~y C M N I at I I III lu xm I I ·¤
` ,. ” . CVV OI1 ...........   ........ I .. I Clit CI C I ·.* CYICQ S ......... ..
8         Athletics Administration ....... 54 Iioothall Traditions ..l..l......,.. YI
Sgnigr w;·;;g;·bm·k D0;] Rgbjmm; bg; bggn 4 gmzsigteyzr, ifnor Football Support Stall ............ Ib !\lI-Arnerlcns .......................... "7
s ectacular, er ormer in the Iwldcat secoyzclary Grndtrnte & Strength Coae11es..3*> All-SEC Selections ................ TH
P P I
I2           CoVtnmonwenVlth Stadlurn ......   IiootlmllVlleeonls .......{...,....,t.  
, _ _ Ulx Indoor Inelclhouse ...,...... 42 Ulx bong ...I....,..................... bo
V V UKs 77lZlL`/J-l77LD7'0’l!€l¢l offense bas an outstarzdzzzggrotqw ofcoacbes NVVVVCV CCVVVCVV   COHCIVCSI Rccmds  
I I5 "|·|lIA[}||I P|§[|Iy1|SEl]|*'|'l]Ml]l]|2[lVl" rtmrtlcxvtiattrettts ............... 46 tzettt-¤tI_1¤I-Sm .4..................... vu
V I Fgymey \XH[,{£·,,t Ryan ]—]0C]em,1n is the jymugumj ‘Y—[jmL·bj Alumni Notes ....................... 49 UK In The Pros .................I.. Wl
Promise of Tomorrow " scballmbgp ;·eeg;iem]$·gm UK UK Roster ............................. $2 Blue & Wlmite Domws ........... WT
I
yi-I IJ],   §'.|'..| \     \ rl I/ . 0
Y ` ' ` " · ‘ I I
_I· _ I I V , L
·* 5%  J ’       J   J .-I l r
wZfI   Ir — f• I
I"°,l`•'i  f`8?ujI:   V_ Official magazine of the Untverstty of Kentucky / {lt, * I .
I  I " ' . ' • ”   ll l
V,   .   FOOI[b3.II g21I11€S 21[ (;OIT1IT1011VV€3IKl1 BKEICIILIITI         I
it Cl     I I The LSU Game rl I Q
-     5  ztgtié-’  I I October 16 1993 I
—....,- _ ~»~   II > ' IV
°”" ` QA I · .>· °»
'   I I, £;2 Q.;  ·     I I·z;§7"’  V I —
t ·i  I.- I- ttttt   I r   sg,    I I I   f"’    
we ;—   ‘tt· I     . ¥~_g§"l I   ***       
g;§‘<&t%iLY»— wu ·,{;£$‘·;§ 4..,gyF     ,lZ?·°*""f"   ‘°§fZ*“—‘ t V      f·’”  
i=-3I-Vv   _ I , V_ V ‘ v_ *g · _ t'f.__ ‘ _; ‘o s      __I V _V · nu Q, _ V »  
fe;   ¥;— tv ,},3 I. ·IlI**I9I¤;¤•I;»v;??et'.,p"¥•~ 3.  2  _ ·· r { V give'} F r"Q‘j’*.$‘Y’o_§°,{`,·e'7-··_  
V. ` •» "   , T, , A T   V   lg ‘ ll _`~_V;;1 V   ~ ' la. V It `{· V, Q V ‘ 'gg: W _   _    V
· •¥.. 1 ‘:V_jV:» ·I . — ( I *··'V`%   ·   · »g,·`·M r ,4V,,•_}, .1};*4 I gpg
I · V   5 ,`,y·; _ · »_g,·•t,_~v     I ___V _»>·.~ he »` Iv · . I·   ,. I I I
i`-. -#.·‘I Z ·*" * Nv; ·~I·‘•r"‘ •I   qw ’ ' ”I/%‘•.*·~·»•·¥:`   *15% ~ ··‘»"" ··
» J Ir;\l I *4 V P. ct * Y Q i ·   I C · ' '|":r’ vi • I ` N I  -
_` *i 'IIII I   I   { I I    ‘*“'- r"? I"     Il':* JK
_ ,I I I. $#1, . I V _ _ _ _ `*t_` S • II
V I _.   Q »I »V· V ll ,,; . r- I .¤·~` , ,   , ,` · ¢ ’, ·.’
II V . . I I `*   3¢ I#·· • P M ·—» I _I,‘   ·I · I ‘  .;·_ I., ·I* *··•uE`I ·
C l~ V ¤ Ei;   V       TN '*•\ " ’   + i' x ` " ’
I I ' · I`   I II}, IL €`I " I -II 2   If;     V I ·  
4 K   ‘ I: Ye ~s     gI gx   I P
, , QIJ4 _ I: ` 'u,_'·  .— ; I
I _ I V   e~ i`   _»s V ~ V _
“ I I   ·- .   `II·   l I\   ‘     ‘? ·-   I‘ ° A- ` ...,
  ‘ I   `.: ' C: ll l   I C 4 YQ ` .,       IF : Iva?   •L CQ ' ·
  ’ V ·_ 1 II IrI_   — Ii=‘*·I t I---,   —.I. i I "   V
~ . I r ri -..-4* / iczé II """°`°°"“”"’ »· ‘* ·~I» ~~II II
~ I ;·—¤—.-/""'_ V V   I   ·» I V VV
I,,—=V.¢ wi I ~   N .-   "' ` `   I I I· ~— ~ ~·-I NI
"z " nv I *
I I. et · · n ¤—
\ ugsl M `“"°‘···~·•·.,...,,______V_‘VVV~ V
liz,}  IE»+t~.,,___f_V ` °°"""*·•~•·•. I

 0 /'\
(
<~  · i/    AV  v l ( i V I             ‘‘,  ¥   4 l
        l ’'/”’,”      
/ V , ;   at r   tl       22.4 ate es?} af; 2*/at ma “·    ,n · *             ..·=· -
( ”   M     ’'‘    
ADVERTISER S INDEX I I  ;_.  ’“' Jvy » ' 0 |(||]K|]ff Magna";
' N ft
The University ol? Kentucky would like to thank the following advertisers for their The 1993 Kentucky Football Program is published by
I I- l   lj lg   P the University of Kentucky Athletics Department and
SUPPOTT 0 mc 1 Cat Om 3 rOgmm· Host Communications, Inc.
Advertiser ...................................... Page Kentucky Farm Bureau ....................... 38 KENTUCKY STAFF
    ..................................   l<1'OgC1` ........................................... . ....   Publisher: ClM_ Ncwlkml Alhlclics Dimclol.
American Products ........................... 100 Lamar ................................................. 99 gssvsiaw Pgblisher; Rem Vivinil Assismr Aihlctics
. . 1rector— Omll1Ul"llCZlllOl'lS
Anheuser Busch .................................. 75 LDDS Communications ...................... 27 Ianngnnnl Edllnnl Gui] Dcnl
Best of` Flowers ................................... 53 Lexington Green ................................. 13 gdimrirg Stltlfg Joys; Bwgl $¤¤;liy§<>yk¢¤» JP-
, , , , ryant, utc ope. usan azzar . ave
Birmingham l··ootball ......................... 89 Lexington lelerald—Leader ...................... 9 KObuSZcWSkl’Ju1Ic Wnlnnn Hnnk Rlnllnnln l
l%obiek’s Nevada Bohis ....................... 41 Liberty National ................................. 93 gh<>¤>sr=}l>hlr= Dalia C¤yll¤¤S¤¤
l lilliartl l.)’()IlS .................................... 51 Timex ............................................... 104 Nnllllnnl Ianlnl Sales
I liltoll Suites ...................................... 44 Toyota ................................................ 19 Bl] M H T-; N6lg2¥¤“4l2"°°T6V M C h
. ., .‘tt *1 r‘· 21*
lnk sllol ...........................................,. 31 us. Army .......................................... 76 ‘ " "y Tljg Ll,,‘§§l§§‘Bn,§§}Q°" ° “ ’
_l(i l)CIlllCy ...,.,.................................... 33 Welldyis ............................................. 16 305NMi‘d$6“l\AI‘;§» Séllgsp/Il
. . _ , ‘ V J ` ', _
rlt·llt·rson lllltll ..,.................................. 83 Whayne Supply .................................. 85 Ll2l§lIg67_22IlIl
l lIl)Illl l)ccrc ....,...,.,......................... 46-47 \X/oodlands ....................................... 101
IKL`llllL`tI)’lS l)10()I{S[()l`C .......................... 87 Zip Express ............................... . ......... 55 HCI PUBLISHING STAFF
Publisher: Richard A. Ford
_ W _ M     V I Director ol` Publishing: John R. (JD.) Rutledge
t   Ti?   $2** ,‘—s   y-_l at   _ T Managing Editors: Erie BLll”llIl2ll`l, Jai Giffin
1 in  _   TF  ` _ Program Editor: David Kaplan
, `   »   _ T ,,7,,,. " ’`’* {Gif`- .._‘‘   Senior Editor: Pat Henderson
_ 'i"t`»         » ` ` Ty?  _ Editors: Jon Vaden. Dan Peters
··   T T`     I  6%  . _ ·~   I   I I   _ Associate Editors: Craig Baroncelli. Malt Mason
» _` I I I Y _ T A      ``—i "’”*—"?TI"   ·*`’  °°   ‘ Ti   $—`i?’     T Assistant Editors: Jim Kelsey, Todd Bell
' I `_ , __ _ _   i`iTlt_ _ _ Staff Assistants: Greg Herrilord, Jared Svoboda
_ _ ` _; ; T I _ir.ll T.   ` .`__       ` T _ _ Editorial Assistants: Michelle Brill. Danita Lowery,
T I »._¤ — ,i,—         n `l_.____   ,   __ . . I _ T I i ` Michelle Stroth, Chris Gousha. Jane Ireland. Kevin
_   I   L I   i§; —         ‘_   T =-     ,.     — I I   _ I   _` · I _ Davis. Charity Beck
— . wg  ·*~·`     T`“   ji  ~_,· y  '“»f““"* ~ F  fi Li  L`-11  Art Director: Jamie Barkcrtdcsign)
___, , . » l   ~ M ,. ,;l,I     {   {QE _’ =2i    ll       l.,, L 1 ·=». ·   .._k     Te   Graphic Artists: Trish Noe, Laura Doolittle
°” ‘ .i EJ J    ..     °`‘` I xg:    ·‘·_ gw Advertising Coordinator: Mary Parks
      sl ff`°;{·Y¥3r_.;Q.j ‘i`‘` ,r tiii 2. Business Manager: Dave Mrvos
·     ‘~   ..t_t ~  ;~· · _ ·— # ** -,;. *,,.4 T-—¢i~’> -.¥>~=1f.@  .€s:_¤t-          .   `·,,»·“‘>~<—».·.: · · ·
~ ,,a·   as,   5,  ~  ····      »:·»   4   l_,·   —-=l , _ ··   Publishing Sales Director: Dave Stephenson
    ·—·`   » °           __     Direct Marketing: Kevin Halstead. General
_     .     = 1;      ’s=*= N     ·_l, ·   ’-»-, ¢» —-’‘r ?‘*-; ‘ . · ..
.. ‘ T       kl : I §  "‘  I _ gf ;. Y;       V T’re;l‘_glln·—.    ` _· fg   lVlllIl2lgCf. JLlllC Sllclltlftl. Mzlllllger
* T I   ’ T ‘ *   ·r     l r    ·~¤   =*   s         utl,   t»—.;¤_»     _ . .   , ,
· . ~a·· ·,=..t_·   s  ‘T         TF    , ·· =·1   ‘ T · ~ . ,
    -. I       —t‘‘» =_j_§,  _l_l  5   `·   r `   _   l____l _     __ — j To order this or any kentucky home ame program,
. a _ _, , _ t._t , _.;_   It , _.l_ _ t   . L   _  J.   ~ 2
    ' Vi   ````   ``'  "  l_     .»  /       _ i` `· —\ I_lt     = " 'T send $6.00 per copy (handling, postage included) to:
_ _ I   __   `    _   _a             nl     I `»°_ I I   Programs, Host Communications. 904 North Broad-
. , . ` i .   ~ g? TT  i’’ `  {fl ?`· Y  j { E;   `  Y `   ··$jF§Ci··*`i   `_`° iii _· ‘? T i , way. Lexin rton. KY 40505 ( ylcase allow 3-4 weeks
I t._, ,_ . _ ._ . _, .   ,   .. A  l _ , _ . J , I . ts l
T F · i_ ` `   - g f   T Q_       ,=_t·   E Q   " ` I I ‘ - for delivery).
{I ) _| ..     _] ` {
T · r T · _ t _   , »:-T T \ sam
2

 V       I             ‘ -—,V  
1:5 is   J.  IVhat3· up with the nations toughest conference
Compiled By David Kaplan if
ics Host Communications ‘ ISS3 SES STANDINGS
ime flies when youire having fun. The
1.1993 college football season has SEC Overall
already reached its halfway point. That EAST W L T Pct- W L T Pct-
being the case, it's time to hand out the Elollda 4 O 0 LOGO 2 O O l·llllO
secs mid-season swans. T<*¤¤sSSss 5 1 0 750 5 1 0 855
Most Valuable Player: David Palmer, Ks¤¤¤¤k>* _ 2 l 0 667 3 2 O 600
Alabama. This speedster burns up the field i/Sufi} ifjfiolma 1 3 0 250 5; 3 O  
to the tune of 147.8 all-purpose yards per Gm CF I [ 3 Z 3   2   B ssl;
game, which leads the conference. Cmgm ` " " `
Top Offensive Player: Heath Shuler, WEST
Tennessee. Eighteen touchdown passes, *Aubum 4 O 0 LOGO 6 O O LOGO
1,436 yards and the SEC`s highest passing Alabama 5 0 0 iippp 5 O O ippp
€mCl€*‘°>’· E“O“%l‘ Saldl Ole Miss 2 2 0 .500 3 2 0 .600
Top Defensive Player: Marcus jenkins, Arkansas 2 2 O 500 3 3 O 500
Kentucky. Leads the conference with Eve LSU i 3 O 250 2 4 O pg`;
interceptions and ranks second in the Mississippi gp O 5 0 OOO i 4 O _2O()
nation. , . .   . _ .
Surprise Players: Chris Doering and lmilfglb/fi/U, T/mn/MMT]/T
Danny Wtierffel, Florida. Steve Spurrier°s
Fun ’n’ Gun offense still has big-play
threats Willie jackson and Harrison Hons- i i
ton, but Doering has come from nowhere THIS WEEK S GAMES NEXT WEEK S GAMES
to lead the team in receptions. \Xluerffel LSU at K€I1tl1Cl(y K€I1tLlCl(y at Georgia
stepped m when lmiy l)€5m_ proved MEF Tennessee at Alabama Alabama at Ole Miss
fective and has done the iob since. _ _ _ _ _
Coach: Gem Smiiiiigsi Alabama and Stew Arkansas at Ole Miss Arkansas St. at Mississippi St.
Spurrier, Florida. They just keep winning, Florida at Auburn VZ1HC1€1'b1l[ at SOLIIII C2U`OIiI111
lmbyl _ Georgia at Vanderbilt
Most Improved Team: Kentucky. Seconds _ _ _ _ _
away from leading the Eastern Division. South Cglmlllla at l\/llsslsslppl St:
Most Disappointing Team: Georgia. No
wins in the SECAW
il/` 1993 SEG RUSHING LEADERS ISSS SEG REGEIIIING LEADERS
Player, Team Att. Yds. Avg./G TD Player, Team Rec. Yds. TD Avg.
Errict Rhett, Florida 100 588 1 17.6 5 Brice Hunter, Georgia 37 485 5 13.1
Sherman \Y/illiams, Alabama 106 584 116.8 8 Chris Doering, Florida 25 384 6 15.4
Terrell Davis, Georgia 121 617 102.8 2 Cory Fleming, Tennessee 23 376 7 16.4 . ·
james Bostic, Auburn 1 12 607 101.2 6 Frank Sanders, Auburn 22 432 3 19.6
Brandon Bennett, South Caro. 126 591 98.5 6 Craig Faulkner. Tennessee 21 41 1 5 19.6
SEQ 1993 SEG PASSING LEADERS ISSS SEG SGDRING LEADERS
rad- Player, Team Att. Comp. Int. Yds. TD Player, Team TD XP FG Pts.
`°kS Heath Sbuler, Tennessee 1 54 l()2 4 1436 18 Sherman \X/illiams, Alabama 8 0 0 48
jay Barker, Alabama 72 49 2 793 3 john Becksvoort, Tennessee 0 30 fi 42
Danny \X/uerffel, Florida 128 76 6 1 147 14 Cory Fleming, Tennessee 7 0 0 42
Eric Zeier, Georgia 184 1 15 3 1 581 1 1 Brandon Bennett, South Caro. 7 0 0 42
Lawrence Adams, Ole Miss 90 52 5 838 6 Kanon Parkman, Georgia 0 17 8 41
3

       its lec
     9            H
 4   ``~_ feel tt
  _=;;. I »`A’ »·-==    »‘-`: ‘   . S It
  V.  _ _    ,     crave
T   _, i i \ I a (   first
    i, "  <»` start
US `   , "  Q  __        _ ;;    
G           ·   .9 drop]
,,, 1 »»**~r‘ '   il _, .
V ` " t0 ln
ncrunm 16, I993 99 99     Um
“W
said
By David Kaplan   V 9    ·:=      Under the guidence of Bill [em
Host Communications     `V   Curry, the Wildcats have delgg
_ N , _ _ . _     y ,,»;e   99999  if ‘illi   “°°T‘ "‘?" “‘gg°s‘ T
I maine, ll }'()ll will. tltls Clash ol relmes ·99¢V       `_.»_-__ ¤*’   V99l9`9     surprise tn the SEC- wher
ryline would have read something like this.   T i` ¤  Ng    . i. ¢ g         Kentucky faithful hope he will Olin;
· · ·       ` _ .     ittiw much-¤€€d<>d Hm i¤¤<> his ‘
Dateline; September ·‘~ti ielttions. ,*\ntl there are   ii in 9   ' V 'V_i_ T     “ but subsequent massacres at the had
lllllllCl`llll% other \llllll;ll'lIl&jS as well,   V   M   iii     hands of AL1l)LlI`1l, Tennessee ing
llic tcbttiltling process has been slow ' "*   and Florida have shown that rece
— ·*·— l t·—·*··*’tt' it lrtlt UM <·*t   = l·l¤ l t l.rs U-   9lr   LSU is nowhere   the tmim thc
_ l.e·ol9tltn.tlt»r Xlllte . .`. ,. . .' {lll
_ Ott. 50 athltsstsstpptblatte Oct. 30 Olh MISS
l\El}Qtll lt.ts lrtslalletl .1 tt<;\\` Nellelllk'. k`llllWl`l.l· . . , _ . , . I \V
  l., . is ..... . ....... te ..,.   ln  ..tl... ..... ¥ rttte Q Ut.* “.i·*.‘t; lll ll·.NNl·Q5bl;lZ Nov. 27 r\Rl{.»\NSAS
ntnlc to talstt the petsnnttcl at httntl tn b0

 .  *’1”1°1(°l/1°1
its ledger. . . ‘ , i
However, toni¤ht’s ame has an eerie j V '   ,   4   .     Q y ( »   @i { `· ‘
feel to it for the Wildcat? Call it Deja vu. ‘l if "     { ® I   @ @ if i      
lt was this time last year when Kentucky ,   _
traveled t0 Baton Rouge in search of the   S     l
first road victory under Curry and a 4-2  
) start to the season. They succeeded, but pro- THE SERIES THE COACHES 1
eeeded to a nightmarish finish to their year, Series Record: LSU leads, 31-1 1-1 Kentucky; Bill Curry (Georgia Tech ’65)  
dropping the remaining five games. First Meeting: 1949, in Baton Rouge; Career Record: 71-77-4 (14th year) l
This time UK will again try to defeat LSU Kentucky won, 19-O Record at UK: 14-24-0 (fourth year) i
to improve their record to 4-2. But Curry ln Lexington: LSU leads, 15-7-0 LSU; Curley Hallman (Texas ASLM `70)   .
insists there will be no repeat oflast year. ln Baton Rouge: LSU leads, 18-4-1 Career Record: (32-30-0) (Sixth year) l
“Well we're be at the same juncture,’° Record at LSU: (9-19-0) (Third year)  
said Curry, “But we are a very different THE LAST MEETING B
ll team than we were a year ago and lim 1992 in Baton Rouge. UK won, 27-25 PLAYERS TO WATCH  
> delighted to be able to assure folks of that.” Game Recap: [@;iz·zirr/gi Qijeme  
Therels good reason to believe Curry UK used a grueling, 14-play drive 10 Moe \Villiams, TB (6-2, 205, lir.) i
when he says this yeat’s Wildcats are a dif- which ate up the final 6:11 ofthe con- 16 Pooltie jones, QB (6-1, 196, jr.) l
ferent team. After their win at South Car- test to clinch the victory. Kentucky 76 Mark Askin, RT (6-5, 295, jr.) ,
will olina, Curry challenged his squad to pass snapped a 13-game losing streak on 86 Alfonzo Browning, \VB (6-3, 205, Sr.)  
M0 his “success°° test by following up a good the road, including a 10-game road  
ifi- game with an even better one. Against Ole skid in SEC play. Iilvzrzrr/gy DefZ»21yt· (
Miss two weeks ago, UK passed with flying Led by QB Pookie jones, the 13 Marcus jenkins, SS (6-2, 195, Sr.)  
colors. They were the intimidators instead Wildcats controlled the football for 38 Don Robinson, CB (6-1, 190, Sr.)  
are- of the intimidatees. The Wildcats tangled more than 40 minutes while gaining 45 Marty Moore, LB (6-1, 259, Sr.) l
;llf· with one of the toughest teams in the con- 341 yards, 59 Zane Beehn, LE (6-4, 260, Sr.)  
lit- ference and came away unscarred, literally.  
F of Archer`s defense executed the first Ken- THE STORYLINE LSU Of}/me  
rly- tucky shutout in SEC competition since Kentucky (3-2) looked like a fine 2 Eddie Kennison, Sli (6-0, 184, lir.) l
ppi the Wildcats turned the trick against Geor- tuned machine two weeks ago in a 4 jamie Howard, QB (6-1, 205, So.)  
sm, gia in 1977. That was also the last year UK complete domination of Ole Miss. 25 jayjohnson, TB (5-9, 186, So.) l
the had a winning season in SEC play, finish- The Wildcats must guard against a let- 52 Kevin Mawae, C (6-4, 285, Sr.) l
ssee ing 7-O. And Pookie jones appeared fully down as they are heavily favored. 1
rhat recovered from his ankle injuries in leading LSU (2-4) appears on its way to a LSU Drjfeme l
aint the Wildcat offense to 21 points. fifth consecutive losing season. A win 8 Toiyjames, CB (6-2, 182, So.) i
ioys Tonight the Wildcats will face a differ- tonight would do wonders for the teams 13 R. Washington, 1l.B (6-4, 251, Sr.)  
ent type of test, the l`letdown" test. Before morale after getting thumped by Flon- 14 Anthony 1\/Iarshall, 1:8 (6-2, 205, Sr,) l
UK the Wildcats can worry about how they da at home last week, 58-3. 98 Nate Miller, DT (6-4, 505, jr.)  
try- play the post-LSU part of their schedule, `
‘off they must first get by the Tigers, which
rise might not be as easy as it seems. UK is not TM5
»ries KO the point Where they can look past any     `l l   `   <>._§,,¤.=»  =f   "   .,       g 5 %      
Ole opponent, nonetheless an SEC opponent, l  'i'‘‘_ ,     ` ·==   “, _   ·A‘' 1  rs "‘   ‘ S       ‘‘‘      ··  ____   ___:  
1 Oli and it will be very easy to do so. Remem- E;      if _ g  _  *        .  jg       L,  ., _ g .   
ber, this team is only four weeks removed  ;  ·=..  G         `     Y   1; ``ii I
from H Clisappointing effort against lndi-   »       ;» · ’‘`· l      gl  ,,    .`·‘»       l_Ag;_      
una. And only two years ago, the 1 igers   `~  ·‘·*   ’``      is  n    ‘· ``  A ._g. .       jg;
L24 Cilme to Lexington and won a bizzare F 5, `·__ °`i           g . I. l     N       
_ game, 29-26. But if they do pass this {    gi"   __ —.    4, ``i’   .,··   t·*···`·“ ?  *    gt,. » ‘
  midterm, Kentucky can start preparing lbr             i   n _ ·       I      
,-42 the rigorous stretch of their schedule,  · _zV_g         lg \ S   , _   ’  
M . ,.  _..   -»,  r   A . .·~-
M7 lhree consecutive road games and len-     VT, A     _   _A   _._§;,,,__ .,,,   —,,. ,,.,3   ,,.,,.   ·=~.  
M8 nessee at home for the Beet Barrel.   `iii T; i`i' ii ```L         `  S¥`V·l‘¥ ‘`i»‘· ' _ i ·   ` ,  
I Success against P   J _ _`‘»   ```", L     7)i__7\     __     ______,   .·
those foes and the With aggressive 5 A___ ` i l``   '_ li    » ·"     ` J     4/
\Y/ildeats will be play like thi5,thg UK     i   ° A ii- `   .,i°i`ii   _       _ . :
faced with an excit- defense has engi- ` ,7-, M V ‘ i   o-   __ i i  e r,  fil
ing final exam; a neared animpres- _ ,.=,~· l i'] · rfa       " “     _   ’-' I
lWOWl game.  sive turnaround    Tri-     _,.. ,... ,    t , ‘ 5.], *1,   mi '

   ‘
 
I way to 20-7 loss. was more than any other Kentucky player Lhc.
// And then they descended. The Boo in history. Remember this was a sopho— [
  Birds. more we are talking about. All of this in an Wi;]
I  { 1 &   ' L V It seems that fans sttffered from a case offense that was hardly a showcase for his F10;
A Ax     of amnesia because while the offense strug- athletic talents. While Pookie”s style die- only
/       '',Vi   ` gled, a chorus of boos echoed throughout rates making every Wildcat game “Satur- and
  "         Commonwealth Stadium. A visibly deject- day Night at the 1mprov,°° the offensive 24-
        edjones had to be escorted from the media scheme was tnore structured and less user whe
      ’-‘  —   VI interview room after the game. friendly for ]ones’ creative flair. He also jug
if      yl Later in the week, coach Bill Curry spent the year without one of his closest was
‘   I   iii I  Y tried to deflect some of the attention away friends — the shotgun. neg
  y..»    ‘:·. IIYII ,..,     from Pookie. Curry was convinced that When the 1993 season began, new the
  the boos were for the coaches` play calling offensive coordinator Daryl Dickey WO;
    and not for the team°s quarterbacking. No revamped the offense. Pookie’s pal was [nd
  'ii; I I`'     II   matter who the Boo Birds were booing, brought back and the offense was ready to I
the average 21-year-old would have pout- open up. witI
ed and let it affect his play the next week. All seemed well enough as the season con
    I N 6 Instead, Pookie slid the experience into his opened. Pookie dipped and darted through (Im
pocket and learned avaluable lesson. the Kent defense for 130 yards rushing, Ant
"I don`t ta