DeAndre Square explains why the Kentucky defense is finding success
One of the reasons the Kentucky Wildcats have been successful this season is because of their defense. The Wildcats are ranked 11th in total defense in the country, giving up an average of 284 yards per game.
Linebacker DeAndre Square told the UK Sports Network the reason why the defense has found success.
.@d_square10 on the @UKFootball defense, "We trust each other, we like playing for each other and with each other… It feels good, playing with this defense and with this team feels good."
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— UK Sports Network (@UKSportsNetwork) October 8, 2021
“We trust each other, we like playing for each other and with each other… It feels good, playing with this defense and with this team feels good,” he said.
This defense held the Florida Gators to 13 points last Saturday and managed to get some turnovers, which the offense turned into points, which was the difference in Kentucky’s victory.
They look to continue their success Saturday against LSU at 7:30 p.m. ET on the SEC Network.