‘Dakman and Robinson’ signs sprouted up in the Junction three weeks ago as SEC Nation arrived in Starkville. Fans painted Dak Prescott in a Batman costume, while they photoshopped Josh Robinson in a Robin outfit.The tandem may be superheros at Mississippi State, but opponents view them as brain-cramping riddles.The duo ranks in the top four in rushing in the Southeastern Conference. They are the only teammates in the power five conferences to accomplish that feat.Georgia Tech is the only other major conference school with two in the top five. Justin Thomas and Zach Laskey rank fourth and fifth respectively in the Atlantic Coast Conference.Robinson leads all active SEC players averaging 114.8 yards per game. Only Todd Gurley averages more at 154.6. But the Georgia running back is suspended indefinitely due to an NCAA investigation.Prescott is fourth in the league, averaging 96 yards per game.“The way Dak is throwing the ball as well, they stretch you constantly,” Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said. “So it is a concern.”The numbers back that up. Kentucky is 11th in the SEC in run defense. The Wildcats allow 178 rushing yards a game. Those number become even worse in the SEC. Kentucky allowed an average of 274 yards on the ground to Florida, South Carolina and LSU. The Tigers piled up 303 yards last week. Mississippi State averages more rushing yards per game than all three of those teams. “I know what good run defense looks like and does not, so certainly we all know we need to get better and improve in certain areas,” Stoops said. “But like I said, I think some of it was improved.” The Bulldogs are second in the SEC rushing for 264 yards per game They trail Georgia by one yard. Southern Miss remains the only game this season that Prescott or Robinson didn’t run for 100 yards. The duo both eclipsed the century mark against UAB and LSU. Kentucky’s rush defense offers another opportunity Saturday.