LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky quarterback AndrDe Woodson's
streak of pass attempts without an interception will be on the line
this weekend against the nation's interception leader
Florida Atlantic cornerback Tavious Polo has impressed Kentucky
coach Rich Brooks. Polo has six interceptions in the Owls' four
games. The team has a total of ten interceptions.
Brooks says he doesn't think he's ever heard of anyone picking
off six passes in four games.
Woodson extended his interception-free streak to 296 passes last
Saturday against Arkansas, breaking the previous major college mark
of 271. He broke the SEC record a week earlier against Louisville.
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