Complete information for Saturday's game between the Kentucky Wildcats and Tennessee Volunteers.
Saturday’s game at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville between the SEC East rivals will the 110th all-time meeting.
Kentucky (5-5, 2-5 SEC) has lost four games in a row after a 63-27 loss to Georgia last week and needs one more victory to become bowl eligible. Tennessee is coming off a 45-42 overtime victory over South Carolina, where the Vols erased a 14-point lead in the final five minutes of the game to force overtime. The Volunteers beat Kentucky 27-14 in last year's game.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Kickoff: 4:00 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: SEC Network
11/8: Georgia 63, Kentucky 31
Huston Mason threw a career-high four touchdowns and Georgia ran for 305 yards sending the Wildcats to a fourth straight loss and fifth in a row in the series. It was Kentucky’s final home game of the season. The Wildcats lost control of the game in the third quarter were Georgia scored 21 points to put the game away. Nick Chubb rushed for 170 yards and Sony Michel added 84 more to pace Georgia’s running attack.
11/01: Missouri 20, Kentucky 10
The Wildcats were outgained 320 to 260 and were just 2-of-16 on third-down attempts in the loss. Patrick Towles threw a touchdown and an interception across 158 yards and Austin MacGinnis kicked a 47-yard field goal.
10/25: Mississippi State 45, Kentucky 31
Kentucky scored on a 58-yard touchdown pass to Javess Blue from Patrick Towles to cut the deficit to seven entering the fourth quarter, but the Wildcats were never able to catch up to the Bulldogs. Towles threw for 390 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions, but Mississippi State rushed for 326 yards and four touchdowns to remain the No. 1 team in the country.
10/18: LSU 41, Kentucky 3
The Wildcats were limited to 217 total yards and only managed a field goal in the first quarter. Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles completed 19 of 36 passes for 146 yards. The Wildcats gave up 303 rushing yards to LSU, including 127 yards and two touchdowns to Terrence McGee.
10/11: Kentucky 48, UL Monroe 14
The Wildcats built off of the momentum gained by their upset win over South Carolina the previous week by scoring 45 unanswered points after being down 14-3 in the first quarter. Stanley Williams was a 100-yard rusher for the Wildcats, while Patrick Towles threw for 216 yards and three touchdowns. Kentucky's defense forced three Warhawks turnovers.
10/04: Kentucky 45, South Carolina 38
Kentucky was able to upset South Carolina thanks to 21 unanswered points to end the game. The game-winning touchdown came from Alvin Dupree, who returned an interception six yards for a touchdown with just 2:29 left on the clock. The pick-six was one of three turnovers for the Gamecocks. Jojo Kemp led the way for the Wildcats on the ground, with 131 rushing yards and three touchdowns.
09/27: Kentucky 17, Vanderbilt 7
Kentucky earned a conference win in Week 5, snapping a 17-game losing streak against SEC teams. Patrick Towles threw for 201 yards, one touchdown and an interception. The defense held Vanderbilt to just 139 yards and forced three turnovers.
09/13: Florida 36, Kentucky 30 (3 OT)
The loss to the Gators was Kentucky's first loss of the season. Sophomore quarterback Patrick Towles threw for 369 yards and three touchdowns, but he also had three interceptions. Garrett Johnson was the team's leading receiver with six catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns.
09/06: Kentucky 20, Ohio 3
08/30: Kentucky 59, UTM 14
The Wildcats scored 52 unanswered points to start the game. Patrick Towles threw for 377 yards and a touchdown in his first career start while adding another touchdown on the ground. Junior running back Braylon Heard carried the ball just twice but averaged 58 yards per touch on his way to a 116-yard, two touchdown performance.
11/1: Tennessee 45, South Carolina 42 (OT)
South Carolina blew a 14-point lead with less than five minutes to go as Tennessee earned its first conference victory of the season. It was South Carolina’s third time blowing a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter this season. Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns and running for 166 more yards and three scores.
10/25: Alabama 34, Tennessee 20
Alabama receiver Amari Cooper caught nine passes for a school-record 224 yards as Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin returned to Knoxville for the first team since he coached the Vols for one season in 2009. Joshua Dobbs, filling in for an injured Justin Worley, passed for 192 yards and ran for 75 more as Tennessee still searched for its first conference win this season.
10/18: Ole Miss 34, Tennessee 3
Bo Wallace threw for 199 yards and two touchdowns with receiver Vince Sanders catch 108 yards of those passes as Ole Miss scored 34 unanswered points to continue its best start in more than 50 years. Tennessee had zero yards rushing. Tennessee quarterback Justin Worley threw three interceptions and lost a fumble.
10/11: Tennessee 45, Chattanooga 10
Tennessee snapped a three-game losing streak, handling the Mocs from start to finish. Justin Worley had 198 passing yards and three touchdowns, while the defense held Chattanooga to 201 yards and forced three turnovers.
10/4: Florida 10, Tennessee 9
The Vols watched their losing streak extend to three, with the Gators mounting a fourth-quarter comeback after trailing 9-0. Florida benched a struggling Jeff Driskel, who was 11-of-23 for 59 yards and three interceptions, during the game for freshman Treon Harris. Matt Jones scored the only touchdown for the Gators, while adding 114 yards on the ground.
9/27: Georgia 34, Tennessee 32
Todd Gurley rushed for 208 yards and two touchdowns as the Volunteers' defense struggled to stop the Georgia ground game. Justin Worley threw for 264 yards and three touchdowns, while Jalen Hurd rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown.
9/13: Oklahoma 34, Tennessee 10
The Volunteers turned the ball over three times on the way to their first loss of the season. Jalen Hurd had 97 yards on the ground to pace the rushing attack. Justin Worley threw for 201 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in the loss to the Sooners.
9/6: Tennessee 34, Arkansas State 19
Justin Worley threw for 247 yards, two touchdowns and an interception, while Jalen Hurd led the way for the Vols on the ground with 83 yards and a touchdown. Marquez North caught both touchdown passes for the Volunteers.
8/31: Tennessee 38, Utah State 7
The Vols defense kept Chuckie Keeton in check, while forcing three turnovers and holding the Aggies to 3-of-14 on third down conversion attempts. Justin Worley threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns to lead the offense's 38-point performance.