Missouri defensive end Shane Ray finished with a pair of sacks, both coming on fourth down plays. His second sack sealed the Tigers 20-10 victory of Kentucky and etched his name is the Missouri football record books. Ray set the single season sack record with 12, breaking the mark that was set last year by SEC Defensive Player of the Year Michael Sam and Aldon Smith.
The Tigers held Kentucky to ten points, the fewest against an SEC team this season. No opponent has gained more than 400 yards against the Tigers this season and Mizzou has allowed just 37 points over the last three games.
Kentucky put up 504 yards, including 390 in the air last week at Mississippi State, and this week, UK had just 158 yards and just 100 yards on the ground on 35 attempts.