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Alabama 'rolls' past the Cats 48-7

LEXINGTON, KY (WAVE) – Saturday night’s football game’s end came as no surprise with #1 Alabama crushing the Kentucky Wildcats .

With Kentucky quarterback Jalen Whitlow out the first quarter with a leg injury, Maxwell Smith stepped in. No one was a match, however, for Alabama’s Kenyan Drake and T.J. Yeldon.

Alabama rolled past the Cats 48-7 in Lexington. 

Kentucky's next game is against Mississippi State on Thursday, October 24.

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