Found September 01, 2013 on College Spun:
The Mark Stoops era at Kentucky didn’t exactly get off on the right foot this evening, with the Kentucky Wildcats falling to Western Kentucky yet again, this time by a score of 35-26. Bobby Petrino, of course, is thrilled with the win — he also is probably thrilled with linebacker Andrew Jackson, who played a great game, stifling the UK offense. He also had one particularly notable hit on Kentucky’s running back Jonathan George. Ouch.
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