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Alabama clips Kentucky

Glen Coffee ran for 218 yards on 25 carries with a touchdown to lead No. 2 Alabama past Kentucky 17-14 on Saturday.

Alabama couldn't cover as 17-point home favorites as the game played under the 44.5-point total listed by oddsmakers.

John Parker Wilson went 7-for-17 for 106 yards with an interception for the Crimson Tide, who got 66 yards on the ground from Mark Ingram in the victory.

Mike Hartline was 20-for-42 for 241 yards with two scores and a pick for Kentucky, while Dicky Lyons Jr. hauled in a TD pass for the Wildcats.