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LEXINGTON — With a crazy weekend in college football that could equal a meeting with the No. 2 team in the nation next week, Kentucky got just what it needed Saturday. Coming off a hard-fought, poorly played 20-14 win over Middle Tennessee State, the Wildcats looked poised, under control and in control as they handled Western Kentucky, 41-3 at Commonwealth Stadium to head into Southeastern Conference play undefeated (4-0) for the second straight season. Up first in the gauntlet that is the SEC is No. 8 Alabama, which is fresh off a 41-30 win over No. 3 Georgia.
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