Alabama vs Kentucky Predictions Rewind

 

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

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.

Total
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.

Topics: Alabama Crimson Tide, Football

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