LEXINGTON, Ky. -- One streak continued Saturday afternoon at Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium.
It certainly wasn't the one anyone -- especially the Tennessee Volunteers -- was expecting.
With a wide receiver playing quarterback, the Wildcats ended a 26-year losing streak to the Vols with a surprising 10-7 win that will keep UT home for the bowl season and in the cellar of the Southeastern Conference's East Division.
"What an amazing game," Kentucky coach Joker Phillips said. "Who would pick out Matt Roark as the [quarterback] who broke the streak?"
It's the first time that Tennessee has lost seven SEC games in a football season.