Kentucky’s historic season continued on Saturday night with a dominating performance against LSU as the Wildcats improved to 6-0.

The Wildcats jumped out to a three-touchdown lead by the third quarter, and then answered LSU’s lone score with 2 more touchdowns to lead by 28 points early in the fourth. They coasted to a 42-21 victory over LSU in Lexington.

Kentucky’s offense had a burst from last week’s 20-13 win over Florida. Last week, the Wildcats managed just 224 yards offensively and had just one sustained drive over 50 yards, although it delivered a game-tying touchdown.

Against LSU, UK had scoring drives of 44 yards, 69 yards, 75 yards, 75 yards and 56 yards.

But the defense helped, too. Kentucky had 3 sacks, 7 tackles for a loss and a forced fumble by early in the fourth quarter.

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