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How To Watch
When: Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET
Where: Kroger Field -- Lexington, Kentucky
TV: SEC Network
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Ticket Cost: $55.00
What is Mississippi State football in 2020, anyway?
The optimism from the upset win at LSU two weeks ago faded away with last Saturday's upset loss to Arkansas. The Bulldogs will try to regain some momentum on Saturday night at Kentucky.
The biggest concern throughout the first two weeks has been turnovers. MSU has produced four turnovers in each of the first two games, which is not the formula for victory. Kentucky, however, has looked vulnerable against Auburn and Ole Miss's passing attacks so far this season.
Here's how you can follow Saturday's game.
What you need to know about Kentucky
The Wildcats, now 0-2 against the spread, missed a PAT kick in overtime against the Ole Miss Rebels on Saturday and lost 42-41. A silver lining was the play of quarterback Terry Wilson, who accumulated 151 passing yards in addition to rushing for three TDs and 129 yards. Wilson, who missed most of 2019 with a knee injury, has been extremely efficient thus far, completing 69.1 percent of his passes in 2020.
He also leads the team with 171 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. Combined with Asim Rose and Chris Rodriguez Jr., the Wildcats have a tough rushing attack that the Bulldogs could struggle to slow.
What you need to know about Mississippi State
The Bulldogs looked like a surprise contender when they knocked off LSU two weeks ago in Mike Leach's debut. Quarterback K.J. Costello threw for over 600 yards and five touchdowns against the defending champs. But they got a dose of reality last week when Arkansas upset them, recording its first SEC win since 2017 in the process. Costello took a big step back, throwing just one touchdown and three interceptions.
MSU running back Kylin Hill was banged up during the loss, but Leach told reporters this week he could return to the lineup this week. Hill ran for 1,350 yards in 2019 and was a huge part of the passing attack against LSU in this year's opener, making eight catches for 158 yards and a score.