Lol i think UK will prove that their RB room is very underrated at 10. But they like that kind of stuff anyway.
Lol we do, still beat yalls behind tho
‘This kid is gonna be unreal.’ How Chris Rodriguez got to Kentucky, and why he’s returning as FBS’ highest-graded tailback
Lets not take anything away from C.Rod when it comes to speed. The kid is fast, AK was just a beast with a lot of speed
Yeah, no. This dude has accuracy and a rocket arm. Dude is very talented
Already happened in 2018, this team will be even more talented with a better QB
Okay, im not one to make snap judgements in the off season... Because reasons But yeah, this Kentucky team is loaded, adding a quality QB only elevates this team. This team should have a legit shot at the east if they stay healthy. Very excited for football season
Second most on the list and we're wasting it on crap offensive play calling and schemes. I'm sick
Forreal, they're some of the most delusional fans out there
Exactly 2 sec championships*
Kentucky never been to the SEC championships twice like Mizzou has? Is that why UK has exactly 3 SEC championships? Listen, newbie, maybe learn some SEC history before trying to hang onto your laurels from 5+ years ago.
SEC QB Power Rankings, Week 5: Georgia risking more by sticking with Stetson Bennett or by moving on
Well, number 9 has the 4th highest QB rating in the SEC, is 14-5, and the only QB in UK history to have wins at UF, UT, and Louisville.
Facilities are a wash, UK's are top 20 in the nation since upgrades, renovations, and new buildings.
He does, but he also has a bunch of 4 stars, and some 5's here and there.
Came a long way, but I wouldnt say awesome. That's reserved for the likes of UGA, Bama, and Clemson
I guess what I mean is that UK's is more proven in their performance. Our Oline, and Dline pushed yall around all game long. There is a reason why JG had a bad performance: It's because he was pressured. Also, the other team needs the players to take advantage, and UK's certainly did. Ya'll scored a single TD on us all because our D was on the field for too long in the 2nd quarter. But I'm delusional? Ya'll got completely dominated at home.
Oh it was a beatdown alright lol
And almost 200 yards of rushing, with the offense scoring 20 points....
Best O Lines in the SEC are Bama's, UGA's, and UK's. Dont know why UT's got more love than UK's when UK's is proven
Record breaking kind of day for the SEC
lol thank you, same to yall. JG has killed us the last three games, he was a world killer against us. It was just a matter of time for him to have a bad one against us.
Well, looks like we turned things around. Completely whooped UT at Neyland, now 2-2. get Mizzou next week, could be 3-2
Nothing but big smiles here, also, we gotta retire Terry Wilson's jersey after this season. Beating UF at the Swamp, and then UT at Neyland is a rare breed here at UK.
SEC Network’s Chris Doering staunchly explains how Kentucky’s O-linemen will ‘impose their will’ vs. Auburn
Actually, they had their way against UF. MSU and SC were just perfect storms, they actually did have their way the season prior. UGA was the only team in the east with the better Oline. UKs Oline will be among the best in the country. They were last season, they'll be even better this season.
Stoops and Co has mainly been getting 4s and 3s, with the occasional 5 stars. They only pick up 1s and 2s if they see something special in them, ala Josh Allen
Gotta keep in mind that this is his first HC job as well. So really, it's learning on the job and you're gonna have those hiccups. Still, with that said, he should probably be a bit higher, but top 15 is fair.
Despite the fact that the backup QB had an injured throwing arm. You're also moving the goal posts. 2018 UK whooped y'all, and 4 seasons before that beat y'all. That is consistency
Difference was that ours had an injured throwing arm. So no, it was not equal
Pretty sure UK is 5-1 against SC in the last 6 meetings. That's consistently beating SC
Except we were playing a already injured back up QB