- Friday, February 27 1920 -
Kentucky - 25 (Head Coach: George C. Buchheit)
Tennessee - 28 (Head Coach: John Bender)
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Game Writeup - Lexington Herald
Wildcats Lose to "Crippled" Vols
Tennesseeans Nose Out Kentucky in Last Few Minutes of Play
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 27 -- The Volunteer quintet, which Coach Bender reported "crippled" early in the week, was strangely very much alive tonight and manged to come from behind in the last half, after Kentucky had apparently stored the game on ice, with a wonderful exhibition of passing and a spectacular rally that forced the Wildcats to accept the short end of a 28 to 25 score.
The Volunteers played as if they were shell-shocked during the first half attack of Kentuckians and not until a new combination was brought on the scene in the second half were they able to check the floor work of the visitors.
Haydon, at forward, was the big factor for the Wildcats, chalking up 10 points to his credit. McCabe and James led the target work for Tennessee.