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By LARRY VAUGHT
If you want a dose of reality about the upcoming Kentucky football season, consider this: Alabama is listed as a 30-point favorite on the road against Kentucky?
If that line would stay there — or rise — for the Oct. 12 game, it would be the largest line of the Nick Saban era at Alabama. Last year Alabama was a 21-point favorite at Missouri and won and in 2011 was a 27-point favorite at Mississippi and easily won.
Does that line make sense to you? Would you expect Alabama to beat UK by 30 or more in Commonwealth Stadium?