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by Mary Riggs LeBus   

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The Birthplace of
Johnny Appleseed
(Leominster, Massachusetts)
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The Childhood Home of Johnny Appleseed
(Longmeadow, Massachusetts)
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Cats 2-1

Week 3 brought the Florida Gators to Lexington.
Florida was ranked at No. 8 and is a pretty good
team, but they barely defeated a scrappy Wildcat
team on Saturday night, 29-21.
  If  Kentucky played a little better football in the last
of the 4th quarter, they could have won this game. I
believe that Coach Stoops and the Cats are equally
as good and thus have a lot to prove in the next
game with Mississippi State. This game is critical for
the Wildcat season and a victory will show that
Kentucky is arriving in the SEC as a true contender.  
3-1 at this time in the season would look pretty good
to the Wildcat Nation  and would bring the respect
to this program that it deserves.

Week 4
Next Up:  Mississippi State Bulldogs (2-1) vs
Kentucky Wildcats (2-1)
Game time is Saturday September 21, 2019 at 4:00
pm - Scott Field, TV: SEC Network

   The Bulldogs come into this game with a record
of 2-1. The Bulldogs have one of the most prolific
offenses in Division 1. The Dogs have made teams
worry about their running game by averaging 224
yards on the ground per game. As a team, they have
compiled a total of 672 rushing yards through 3
games, so they'll look to continue their dominance


 







               
      
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