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Trevathan's legacy for Kentucky football, and his hits, will be felt , November 25, 2011

Kentucky linebacker Danny Trevathan ranks fourth in the nation in tackles with 135. He's had 17 tackles in three of his last four games.
By Jennifer Smith /

Lost in a jumble of clich├ęs is a phrase that haunts.

When asked what he hopes Kentucky fans will remember about Danny Trevathan, the senior linebacker hits all the talking points about giving his all and being a hard worker.

Then he pauses for a second and says: "I just hope people remember me."

It's a humble phrase from a humble player who has meant everything to the Kentucky defense.

He has been the team's leader in tackles each of the last two seasons — "its heart," Trevathan's head coach called him earlier this season.

But it's easy to see how Trevathan could feel so forgettable.
Jennifer Smith
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