Report: Kentucky making major changes to offensive coaching staff
The 2020 season hasn’t gone according to plan for the Kentucky Wildcats. Even after a 41-18 win over South Carolina to close out the regular season, the Wildcats are only 4-6.
They’ll likely make it to a bowl game due to the relaxed eligibility rules, but they’ll reportedly do so without their top offensive assistants.
Per Kentucky Sports Radio, the Wildcats have relieved OC Eddie Gran and QB coach Darin Hinshaw of their duties:
Source tells KSR that UK Football Offensive Coordinator Eddie Gran and QB Coach Darin Hinshaw have both been relieved of their duties by Mark Stoopshttps://t.co/xlT4iniTTb
— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) December 6, 2020
Fan frustration has been growing with Gran since earlier in the season, particularly after inept performances against teams like Mizzou, Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
Kentucky is averaging 311.8 yards per game offensively, which is last among the 14 SEC teams. Vanderbilt is No. 13, averaging 334.8 yards per game.