WATCH: Vanderbilt catches Kentucky napping with easy, unguarded TD
When you have the 106th-ranked passing offense in the nation, as Vanderbilt does, you have to get creative to generate points throwing the ball. Credit Commodore offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig for drawing up a sneaky formation that caught the Kentucky defense in the midst of a catnap.
Just before halftime, freshman quarterback Kyle Shurmur connected with sophomore Caleb Scott for this 37-yard touchdown that's sure to make the Wildcats sick when it comes to film review:
If you bet on the under, plays like that have to be frustrating.
Making matters worse for Kentucky, the seven-point play turned out to be the difference in a 21-17 loss to Vanderbilt. Both teams now stand with an overall record of 4-6. However, the Commodores are 2-4 in SEC play, while Kentucky falls to 2-6 in its last league game of the season.