The freshman tailback continued his sensational play with a first half for the ages. He rushed for 71 yards and two touchdowns and caught four passes for 133 yards and another score.
The junior quarterback threw for 281 yards and two touchdowns in the first half while directing the offense to 28 points to make sure the Wildcats couldn’t get any momentum going.
Devin Taylor and Melvin Ingram
The defensive linemen kept the pressure, which included a pair of first-half sacks, on Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline.
The sophomore cornerback fumbled a punt late in the first half at the USC 11 that led to a Kentucky field goal. He also ran backwards another eight yards on a punt return in the fourth quarter.
Lattimore injured his left ankle early in the second half, which slowed the USC offense and put a stop to his best-ever game.
After a solid first half, the defense struggled to keep the Wildcats off the field in the second half. Kentucky had scoring drives of 95, 76 and 68 yards to win the second half 21-0.