LEXINGTON, Ky. (WYMT) - Kentucky fell to SEC East rivals Florida on Saturday in heartbreaking fashion. The Gators converted on a couple drives in the fourth quarter to down the 'Cats. In one of those drives, a video shows Florida's two-point conversion after Kyle Trask's touchdown that put the Gators up 22-21.
Maybe I'm just a big ol homer, but the Skycam angle makes it pretty clear to my eyes that @TateCasey84 was correct and @UKFootball's #56 Kash Daniels was working @GatorsFB's Kyle Trask's ankle - released it when he realized the ref was on top of them pic.twitter.com/06asJVQYi5— libgator (@lib_gator) September 15, 2019
The video blew up on social media, with a number of people calling out Kash Daniel for trying to hurt Florida QB Kyle Trask. Here was Daniel's response to the allegations.
Kash Daniel responds to allegations that he tried to hurt Florida QB Kyle Trask on Saturday.— Lee K. Howard (@HowardWKYT) September 18, 2019
He gives his side of the story. pic.twitter.com/LcQ6WCWzFF
The Wildcats return to action this Saturday, September 21 when they hit the road against Mississippi State. The 'Cats and 'Dogs kick-off at 4 p.m. ET on the SEC Network.