LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) The No. 14 Kentucky Wildcats hopes during their bye week they successfully addressed concerns raised in their lone loss preceding the break.
The Wildcats are eager for a reboot when they take on Vanderbilt on Saturday.
"We got a lot of work done, a lot of stuff corrected that in a week's time takes a little more effort," Kentucky junior linebacker Kash Daniel said. "With us having extra time, we got a chance to kind of walk our way into it, make sure everybody got the right communication, the right checks.