It took the Kentucky Wildcats three-overtime sessions, but the Cats showed they're a force to be reckon with in the SEC race knocking off #1 LSU 43-37 in Lexington.
Andrew Woodson passed for 3 touchdowns, including the triple-overtime game-winner to Steve Johnson and ran for another score.Â Woods totaled 250 yardsÂ (21 of 38) through the air.
Woodson's go-to-guy Steve Johnson caught the game winner while piling up 143 yards receiving on 7 catches.
Kentucky's victory over #1 LSU is the firstÂ for the CatsÂ beatÂ the top-ranked team in the country since 1964.Â
Kentucky's 43-37 triple-overtime win also marks the first time a number-one team has been knocked off during the regular season in close to 4 years.
In Dec. 2003, Kentucky defeated then #1 Oklahoma 35-7 for the Big 12 title.
Florida travels to Lexington to take on Kentucky Saturday in a crucial SEC match up.
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