The Kentucky Wildcats led the Ole Miss Rebels 34-30 late in Saturday’s game in Lexington.

However, with only seconds left in the fourth quarter, Ole Miss QB Jordan Ta’amu found WR D.K. Metcalf in the corner of the end zone for the go-ahead score.

The amazing catch put the Wildcats down by three points with only five seconds left, and an ensuing kickoff return failed to reach the end zone.

Now, Kentucky is 6-3, having lost two of its last three games. Coach Mark Stoops wasn’t happy after the narrow loss, but had some nice things to say about the Rebels.

Here’s what Stoops said after Saturday night’s loss at Kroger Field:

On last-second touchdown catch by Metcalf:

On struggling pass defense:

On three-and-outs offensively:

On the blame being spread evenly:

On the pain of Saturday’s loss:

On moving forward:

The Wildcats will try to regroup next weekend at Vanderbilt, a team that is 4-5 overall but 0-5 in SEC play.