Tomorrow night in Lexington, Kentucky there will not be a game like there was in 2000 when Wildcat freshman quarterback Jared Lorenzen threw for 528 yards. Kentucky doesn't have anyone who can throw the ball 58 times as Lorenzen did against Georgia then, much less put up 30 points on the board. The Bulldogs defeated the Wildcats that Saturday in October 34-30, with back-up quarterback Cory Phillips more than filling in for an injured Quincy Carter. All Phillips did was tie a Bulldog school record for touchdown passes in a game (4) in his very first start. This year's game should see the Dawgs light up the scoreboard with more than those 34, and have a much easier night than their counterparts did 12 years ago. With a week off having to live with the debacle in South Carolina, I expect the Bulldogs to take out some of their frustrations on the Wildcats. I further expect a lot of good vibes to come out of this game to carry over into next week's showdown in Jacksonville.