14 Nov 1998: An overall view from inside Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee during a game between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Volunteers defeated the Razorbacks 28-24. Mandatory Credit: Tom Hauck /AllsportKentucky has been one of the best stories in college football this season, contending for the SEC East until last week’s loss to Georgia.Unfortunately, this doesn’t seem to be the best week for Wildcats athletics overall.UK is in Neyland Stadium to face a rebuilding Tennessee squad, and things are not going well at all.Tennessee football leads Kentucky 17-0 at the half, in a big potential upset spot.After a 3-0 first quarter, Tennessee ran out to the big lead with a pair of second quarter touchdowns.The last came with just four seconds left in the half, on a 41-yard jump ball thrown by Jarrett Guarantano to Marquez Callaway.? HAIL MARY ?Guarantano throws it up … Marquez Callaway brings it down.TOUCHDOWN @Vol_Football!! pic.twitter.com/sOC8byDETQ— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) November 10, 2018Guarantano has 175 yards and the touchdown pass, while Ty Chandler has 64 yards on the ground. Tim Jordan has a touchdown run for the Vols.Tennessee is currently out-gaining No. 11 Kentucky 239-62 in total yardage. Kentucky was a five-point favorite entering the game.This win would be huge for Tennessee’s bowl chances. A win would bump the Vols to 5-5, and they would just need to win one of Missouri and at Vanderbilt to crash the post-season in year one under Jeremy Pruitt.