BillBrocius

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I would put Chris Rodriguez up against either of them. Not that the two you mentioned aren't good.
The guy probably lives in Minnesota or Montana and thinks Nashvillians are yankees.
Keep saying "lEast" like it bothers anyone. We're all still laughing at the bandwagon fan that has shown up in the past couple days.
I went to college in Greenville so I like SC and cheer for them when they aren't playing the Cats. And while I don't know the Gamecocks' roster all that well, I'm pretty sure they lost more key players than UK. That, plus it being a home game for UK, makes me think the cocks probably get beat by Kentucky this year. As a peripheral SC fan, I'd like to see Muschamp replaced. He reminds me a little of when UK had Joker Phillips, only with better recruiting.
Haha there's no recovering from that one.
From what I've seen this year, that's a nationwide problem. No sure teams to win it all.
We were all glad to see LSU bring the NC back to the SEC, and most know Coach Orgeron can get the job done and keep LSU a contender, but you really come across as an over-the-top bandwagon fan.
pfarmer--Speaking only for Kentucky, the team may have not been ranked at the end of the season, but that doesn't reflect how good the Cats' defense was. Here are a couple stats for the 2019 defense, mostly related to the passing game: --Kentucky’s defense surrendered only seven touchdown passes all season, tied with Ohio State for the second-fewest in the nation. --Opposing quarterbacks had a 112.3 QB rating (13th nationally) averaging 6.3 yards per pass (19th). --Opponents averaged 172.2 passing yards per game against Kentucky’s secondary, trailing only Ohio State, Clemson and Notre Dame. --In Brad White’s first year as defensive coordinator Kentucky held opponents to only 18.4 points per game, tied for 13th in the nation. That’s better than Auburn, Alabama, Tennessee and eight other SEC teams. So yes, Kentucky has a way to go before they are any kind of elite team, but the defense is very respectable, even in the SEC.
It's 2020. I would imagine most people "openly don't care" that she's "openly gay."
I think it was a good assessment as well. And I'm a little impressed that you alphabetized each tier, not just the first one.
Dan Mullen is living in this guy's head rent-free. Dude is obsessed with him. It's comical. I'm starting to think he screwed Corch's wife or mom or something.
"Gonna be the same crap team as last year" is pretty much textbook trash talking. Listen to your fellow Dawg fans and just let the team do the talking on the field.
I don't have a dog in this fight being as UT and UGA use UK as a scrimmage game, and Lord knows "Kroger Field" isn't the center of the college football universe, but "Neyland Sod Farm" is hilarious.
That's very complimentary of you to say, but I don't think we are a top 25 pre-season team even returning a majority of our starters. I am hopeful that we break into the top 25 at some point during the season. Stoops has done a good job at UK but we haven't really had good QBs since he got here. Hopefully that will change once Gatewood is eligible. I don't think Terry Wilson (and definitely not Sawyer Smith) is good enough to give us the results we'd like.
8-9th place in recruiting in the SEC, I mean.
Neither UK or Loserville belong in the top 25. And until our recruiting gets to the next level we will always be mid-pack in the SEC. That's not hate, it's just facts. Our classes get better every year, but we're still 8-9 in the SEC. It's the nature of the beast being in the strongest football conference. But Rome wasn't built in a day.
Bamatuck UK is not a football school, but it’s very obvious you don’t know anything about the history of the football program.
Bamatuck UK is not a football school, but it's very obvious you don't know anything about the history of the football program.
Tennessee has our number right now and Florida gets better every year. I would be happy with 9-4 right now. Got to start stair-stepping our way into better bowls soon though.
I think it's fair to say neither UK or Loserville belong in the top 25. But the writer is entitled to his opinion. Lord knows he comes up with some doozies.
I don't think you know what piggybacking is. He mentioned the SEC bowl record and Tennessee did it's part to contribute to that record.
You don't even have your team logo next to your name, so I'd say Nashbuck is a few steps ahead of you.
These bandwagon Clemson fans have come out of the woodwork lately.
It's an SEC website, of course the SEC is favored. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out, so I'm not sure why you're struggling with it.
Mike Leach brought the Air Raid offense to the SEC over 20 yearas ago as the OC at UK.
A lot of the UGA fans on this site are obnoxious, but I have to side with them on this one. A Vols fan really doesn't need to be calling another school irrelevant these days.
Crean is 4-4 against Kentucky. He's got as good a chance to win this as Calipari. Calipari is a recruiter, not a game coach.
Booches94 if you're going to live in the past and crow about what you did over five years ago, I guess it's just as relevant to say we were the 1951 national champs with Bear Bryant as our coach. Feels a little silly, doesn't it? And if we're in a flock with Vandy and Arkansas, where does that put Mizzou, the team we've defeated the last 5 years in a row? By the way, when is the last time Missouri lost to Vandy?
Well Booches that's kind of how sales works...you make the person feel like it's wrong for them to pick the competitor's product, like they're missing out on something big if they don't buy what you're selling.