It’s been a long, tough road for the Kentucky football program this season. Tragedy, injury and just about everything else has affected players and staff all year. If one team’s season embodied 2020, it’s probably the one the Cats have traversed.

It was another difficult afternoon at the office for the Kentucky offense today in the Cats’ 34-10 loss to Florida. But for the second straight week, the team had a decent first half showing. And tight end Keaton Upshaw was at the center of it.

Kentucky opened the second quarter with possession, in the redzone, and trailing by just four. A prime spot to take the lead against the nation’s No. 1 team in their home stadium. After a third-and-goal quarterback failed to produce a lead-changing touchdown, the Wildcats lined up for a 24-y…