This is what futility looks like:
38 Consecutive seasons have passed since Kentucky most recently posted a winning record against SEC competition. It’s the longest such streak in conference history. The Wildcats posted a 2-6 league record in 2015. Kentucky hasn’t finished above .500 in SEC play since 1977, when DE Art Still and QB Derrick Ramsey led the Wildcats to a 6-0 conference mark. In addition to its six Eastern Division opponents, Kentucky has Alabama and Mississippi State on its conference slate in 2016.
When a team other than Vanderbilt holds a mark like that, you know it’s pretty sad. And with that 2016 schedule, I wouldn’t bet on it ending this year.