Kentucky RB calls out Wildcats play calls in red zone after blowout loss to Alabama
The Kentucky Wildcats suffered one of their worst defeats in program history 63-3 to Alabama.
The Cats were completely inept in all phases of the game, something that hasn’t been seen too often during the Mark Stoops era. Yes, Kentucky had several players missing due to COVID-19 protocols, but there’s not excuse for such a bad loss.
Following the game, running back AJ Rose questioned offensive coordinator Eddie Gran’s play calling in the red zone.
AJ Rose said there could’ve been some better play calls in red zone situations for UK.
— Derek Terry (@DerekSTerry) November 22, 2020
That’s not a great look for Stoops and company to have come out of a postgame press conference by a player. Sure, Kentucky’s frustrated, but something tells us that Rose will get a stern talking to for that one.
The Wildcats’ offense mounted just 179 total yards, including just 59 in the running game. Rose led the team with 10 carries for 68 yards.