Oct 12, 2013; Lexington, KY, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver DeAndrew White (2) runs the ball against the Kentucky Wildcats at Commonwealth Stadium. Alabama defeated Kentucky 48-7. Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Alabama vs Kentucky Predictions Rewind


Before Alabama took on Kentucky last week, we made some offbeat predictions about the game. With the game itself in the rear view mirror, we’re taking a look at how we did.

Will the game be a sellout?

Commonwealth stadium says it holds 67,606 according to their website. Saturday’s attendance had a crowd of 69, 873 (though half of them were gone by halftime).
Austin: 1   John Doe’s Father: 0

Kentucky has averaged 23 ppg this season, will they go over that against the Crimson Tide?

They didn’t even come close to their average.
Austin: 1   John Doe’s Father: 1

Who will have more yardage, a running back or a wide receiver?

Both T.J. Yeldon and Kenyan Drake went over the 100-yard mark rushing, while the Tide had two runners who went over 80 yards.
Austin: 1   John Doe’s Father: 1

Will we see ten punts in this game? Over/Under?
Only nine punts happened in this game, eight for Kentucky and one for the Crimson Tide.
Austin: 0 John Doe’s Father: 0

Final score?

45-14 Crimson Tide

Pretty close. Final score was 48-7, as Alabama dominated from the kick off.

Austin 3
John Doe’s Father 2

Thanks to John Doe’s Father for playing along, and be sure to check out later this week as we bring you predictions for the Arkansas game.

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