K-Fund booster. Visited every SEC stadium except Arkansas when UK has played there.

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I'm personally sick of Calipari. If he were a good coach, he would've won at least 3 titles at UK now. And he's paid nearly as much as Saban, which is crazy. He can develop talent, but that's it. He only relies on talent. I want him gone personally. If he refuses to change, then UK needs to part ways. He's starting to damage the program's image.
Talk crap all you want, but our football program is in a much better position than yours now. Ours went from historically bad to pretty decent, yours went from #1 in the late nineties to a dumpster fire today. SEC's Nebraska
Stoops will probably hire a special teams coach, offensive line coach, QB coach, and OC in the off-season. I'm just hoping they'll be good hires.
I don’t agree with the assertion there’s no way Texas A&M gets in. Most likely, Alabama beats Florida and Bama gets in. Ohio State beats Northwestern in Big Championship and gets in. Notre Dame-Clemson will be the determining factor, as Notre Dame has to win out and beat Clemson twice for Texas A&M(if they win out) OR Florida(if they beat Bama) to get in. Granted, it’s unlikely Notre Dame wins again imo, as Trevor Lawrence will be back(he was out for the game in South Bend) and Clemson will be playing pissed off. That being said, I think the playoff is assured to be Clemson/Notre Dame/Ohio State/Alabama. Florida/Texas A&M only get in if they win out and Notre Dame beats Clemson in the ACC championship.
South Carolina would be making a mistake hiring Satterfield, he’s incredibly overrated and Louisville gets the benefit of playing in a weak conference and the trash Atlantic Division(aside from Clemson obliterating the Red birds annually), yet they still suck.
Arkansas might end up being the 2nd best team in the West LMAO
Tennessee can’t stop the slant and it was their kryptonite today
I'm gonna have to respectfully disagree with that. Wilson can't throw the ball down the field consistenly, and as we saw tonight, that's a recipe for disaster against teams that are good against defending the run. We had a very hard time driving the ball down the field against MSU, and our defense undoubtedly won that game big time. Rodriguez should start over Rose, no questions asked. Rose fumbles way too much for a 5th year senior. We had a good offensive game overall against Ole Miss because their defense is terrible. However, while our defense looked bad against Ole Miss, in reality they weren't that bad since Ole Miss' offense put up 650 total yards tonight against Alabama. Ole Miss' offense is just really, really good and our defense getting 6 interceptions and 7 total turnovers tonight is more than a bounce back. Eddie Gran calls read options, screens, and draws instead of passes because he doesn't trust Wilson to throw the ball. Wilson will overthrow it, throw it behind the receiver, or completely miss the receiver oftentimes. I like Terry Wilson, he's a great guy and emotional leader, as you said, but him not being able to throw the ball consistently down the field or make smart decisions in the passing game is a big problem. Kentucky hasn't had a reliable passing game for almost 3 seasons, and you could make the argument it's been even longer than that. In situations like tonight where we don't find success running the ball and we continue to run it every single play against a good run defense, Gran HAS to put in Gatewood or Allen who can throw it so we can stay in the game. Running the ball every single time won't work against Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, and other decent SEC teams. We won't be facing an Ole Miss defense every single week. While I can agree with the assertion we don't need to bench Wilson, we most definitely need to be bringing in our passing QBs more to remain competitive. I'd like someone who can throw the ball a lot better than Wilson to be our starter next year, even if it comes at the expense of having a less agile QB, because Smoke and Rodriguez will both be back next season.
Wilson had some good games in 2018, but he failed horribly @Texas A&M. We need a passing QB and he’s just not it. He’s made some pretty bad mistakes, including @Auburn this past week. You might call it rust, but he just can’t pass the ball well down the field and he doesn’t have good awareness, he makes mistakes. The majority of his 2018 success came from read options, slants, and screens.
Unless we host Louisville twice in the same year after the 2021, I don't want to move that home football game to Louisville and interrupt the series. FSU/GT/Clemson aren't doing that. The schedule is set in stone, the UK band specifically travels to Louisville on even years and Vandy on odd-years as full-band trips, and they have a contract. Too bad for Louisville, they can keep crying. We host in Football/Basketball on odd years, and U of L hosts in even years. That should NOT change.
I've seen a similar username to satcheluk to a troll account on the KSR website before, so that's my thinking @foamfinger
While I do agree that UK has been consistently better than South Carolina these last 6 years and if we had Bowden at QB to start the game we could be 6-0 against SC, the way you said it sounds kinda snarky. We lost, yes, but we're still 5-1 against Carolina in the past 6 years. To be real to South Carolina fans, Muschamp is never gonna work. You'll have to give him a chance with Bobo and the remaining years of his contract since he has a big buyout, but I was shocked when y'all hired him to begin with. He's a great DC, but he's just not head coach material. He just isn't. South Carolina should be the 3rd best program in the East with their facilities, recruiting, fan-support, recent success under Spurrier, and various other factors, but anything less than 3rd should be considering a let-down. Muschamp is just not taking your program in the right direction.
She really implied the Big Ten restarting was worse than the Sandusky scandal at Penn State, Nassar scandal at Michigan State, & DJ Durkin killing a player at Maryland. She really went there.
Considering their 5 game losing streak to us, I’d be pissed too
If Eddie ever goes, Stoops should hire Bob for OC Just imagine that
Y'all will definitely have an advantage over Ky this year just by the fact that the week we play @Florida is directly after we play @Alabama. That will be hard on us.
UK's only a 7 hour drive from UGA, does that count as a long-road trip?
So far the crazy picks have been Army & Cincinnati
This comment section just turned into a warzone, geez
Probably will help Vandy tbh. Now LSU, South Carolina, & Ole Miss can't make it a home game as usual, lol. I've been to Nashville for UK @Vandy many times, and the last 2 times there was at least 20k+ UK fans in the stands and almost no Vandy fans. Is there a SEC team that doesn't turn their stadium into a home game?
You only put @UK as a win because you want to be nice to Arkansas and not put them as going 0-10 and give State a win the following week if they had a terrible home loss the previous week. State @UK should be a good game, but c'mon, they're probably not going to lose at home to Arkansas. I get these are predictions, but that's just unnecessary pandering, Arkansas is still likely to go 0-10.
Kentucky had quality non-conference games scheduled against Kansas, UCLA, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Louisville, Notre Dame, & whoever our Big 12 challenge opponent is supposed to be. Hopefully we get to play some of these, even if it means delaying them to later in the season.
To be fair, Missouri didn’t get a first down in the 2nd half. They let Kentucky come back and that cost them the game more than that penalty ever did
The only true threat to Kentucky’s football recruiting, as Ohio is our gold mine, would be if Cincinnati joined the Big 12, which I think will happen in the next few years
I can’t tell if you’re being sarcastic, but you do realize that Penn State doctor already retracted that comment because it was false? Some people on Twitter, however, failed to get the memo.
UAB's marching band is spread out into like 6 sections and it looks so funny