COLUMBIA, Mo. — Kentucky's SEC East hopes remain alive after Terry Wilson hit C.J. Conrad for a game-winning touchdown with no time left on the clock.
After struggling all game, Kentucky's offense mounted an eight-play, 81-yard scoring drive with 1:24 remaining for the 15-14 win.
Kentucky looked dead in the water after failing on a fourth-and-1 carry from the 2-yard line in the fourth quarter, but sophomore wide receiver Lynn Bowden returned a punt 67 yards for a touchdown four plays later to keep Kentucky in the game. Kentucky's defense forced eight consecutive three-and-outs in the second half to keep the offense in the game and set up the game-winning score.
The final play, a 2-yard pass from Wilson to Conrad, was set up by a pass interference call against Missouri on the previous pass to the end zone as time expired.
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