The Kentucky Wildcats finish the 2019 college football season as the top rushing offense in the Southeastern Conference.
As a team, Kentucky rushed for 3,624 yards, an average of 278.7 yards per game. Kentucky also led the SEC in rushing touchdowns with 36.
Lynn Bowden led the way for the Wildcats on the ground with 1,468 rushing yards, the most in the SEC for the 2019 season. His 13 rushing touchdowns were second only to LSU’s Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who finished with 16.
In addition to Bowden, Kentucky had two more players finish top 20 in rushing stats for the season. Junior AJ Rose finished 11th with 826 yards and freshman Kavosiey Smoke is 17th with 616 yards.