Mark Stoops improved Kentucky on the field (awful to bad) and in recruiting (top-20 class) in his first year. His Wildcats won't be bowling yet, but there's opportunity for another step forward.
A new season has officially started with the release of Kentucky's Spring Roster. Practice begins with excitement in the air as more talent and experience arrive, along with facilities improvements...
After grading the UK Football staff rather harshly for the season just ended, I believe they made a conscious decision to plan for the future by red-shirting all of the linemen from the 2013 class.
Despite the improvement in offensive efficiency and individual performances, there are several reasons why the offensive line is lagging behind.
Kentucky is strong at running back and features a pair of strong pass rushers, but the holes elsewhere are pretty glaring.
The 2012 Kentucky Wildcat football team will be relying on tremendous improvement in its offensive line play if the 'Cats hope to win more than they lose.