Found October 02, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
Lets just say things haven’t been going swimmingly in Lexington this fall. Coach Joker Phillips has the Wildcats at a 1-4 record heading into their showdown with Mississippi State this weekend. Getting whooped by a combined 76-17 in their two SEC games, it doesn’t look like things are getting better from here. In order to please the locals, they have to remind them their Men’s Basketball team won the National Championship last year with…what else, a corn maze!

Keep basking in the fact that Coach Cal slimed his way into a National Championship. With no Anthony Davis and co. this year, don’t expect a repeat. Sure, a Sweet 16 run is probably in the cards, but until then head out and enjoy the corn maze. (photo via @KY_hasanidea)
One SEC corn maze not enough for you today? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Twitter user @hansnyder22 tweeted out the following Missouri corn maze earlier today:

Missouri is fairing slightly better than Kentucky is this season, entering their week six match-up against Vanderbilt with a 3-2 record.


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