FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Andre Woodson and Kentucky have the
comeback down pat.
Woodson threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Keenan Burton with
4:02 remaining to give the Wildcats the lead, and No. 21 Kentucky
rallied past Arkansas 42-29 Saturday night.
The Razorbacks led 29-22 after Felix Jones returned a free kick
82 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter. But for the
second straight week, Arkansas couldn't hold on late and Kentucky
came from behind in the fourth quarter. Derrick Locke's 2-yard
touchdown run made it 29-27, and although the 2-point conversion
attempt was stopped, the Razorbacks couldn't move the ball and had
Kentucky (4-0, 1-0) went 68 yards in 1:33, taking the lead when
Burton came down with Woodson's pass between two defenders. Woodson
then found Burton for a 2-point conversion, and after Arkansas
turned the ball over on downs, the Wildcats scored again on
Woodson's 1-yard run.
The Razorbacks (1-2, 0-2) outgained Kentucky 373-131 in the
first half but lead only 20-14 after a huge play near the end of
the second quarter. Arkansas appeared to be moving toward at least
a field goal when third-string running back Michael Smith fumbled.
Kentucky's Trevard Lindley recovered and went 66 yards for a
touchdown with 26 seconds remaining.
Darren McFadden rushed for 173 yards and Arkansas' only
offensive touchdown. The Razorbacks lost last weekend 41-38 to
Alabama on a touchdown with 8 seconds to play.
Woodson threw a last-minute touchdown to beat Louisville last
(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)