KENTUCKY POST-GAME NOTES
FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 42, Arkansas 29
* Kentucky is now 4-0 overall, 2-0 in the Southeastern Conference. Arkansas is 1-2 overall, 0-2 in league play.
* Kentucky opens the season 4-0, its best start since the 2002 squad began with a 4-0 start.
* The last time Kentucky opened the season 4-0, including at least one conference win, was 1950.
* Kentucky now leads the series with the Razorbacks, 3-2.
* Including last season, Kentucky has won nine of its last 10 games. That is the best 10-game stretch since the 1977 team won nine of its last 10 games of the season.
* This is the fifth time in the last nine games that Kentucky has come from behind in the fourth quarter to win the game.
* Kentucky had three different rushers record a touchdown against Arkansas and now has 14 rushing touchdowns this season. UK had only 12 rushing TDs in all of the 2006 season.
* With two touchdown passes Andre' Woodson tied Babe Parilli (50) for third place on the UK career touchdown pass list.
* Tim Masthay's 60-yard punt in the first quarter tied his career long.
* Sophomore cornerback Paul Warford snatched his first career interception in the first quarter.
* Linebacker Wesley Woodyard extended his streak to 28 consecutive games with at least four tackles. He finished the game with 17 tackles, the 14th double-figure tackle game of his career.
* Quarterback Andre' Woodson broke the NCAA record for consecutive passes without interception in the second quarter. The old record was 271 by Trent Dilfer of Fresno State. Woodson came in the game with 257 consecutive throws without a pick and and now has thrown 296 successful tosses.
* Cornerback Trevard Lindley picked up a fumble and returned it 66 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. It is Lindley's first collegiate touchdown. It is Kentucky's first fumble return for a touchdown since Otis Grigsby vs. Vanderbilt on Nov. 16, 2002.
* Kentucky opened the second half with a touchdown drive. UK opened the second half with a touchdown in all four games this season.
* Keenan Burton's touchdown catch in the third quarter gave him 19 TD receptions for his career, moving past Derek Abney (18) for sole possession of second place in school history in that category. He then scored the 20th of his career in the fourth quarter on a 32-yard scoring strike to give Kentucky the lead.
* Safety Marcus McClinton had his first interception of the season, the seventh of his career.
* Wide receiver Steve Johnson had career highs with seven receptions for 111 yards. It is the first 100-yard game of his career.
* Freshman tailback Derrick Locke scored on a two-yard run in the fourth quarter, his second touchdown of the season.