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By LARRY VAUGHT
Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown knew the honeymoon would not last forever, even if he is a Kentucky native and former UK player.
Turns out he was right based on some e-mails I received.
First, Mark Hensley: “Really concerned with Neil Brown & what this offense is right now. Run & shoot might be good idea but never proven to sustain long drives, scoring in red zone & getting TOUGH short yard downs. Way too one dimensional. Can we snap to QB under center? UofL did it occasionally (& it worked). This offensive style will kill the defensive growth this year. Don’t like it!!Next comes this from Barry Peel: “If losses are lessons (and let’s hope they are) then UK should earn a Ph.D. before the season is over. Lesson number on: how NOT to beat yourself!”
Barry PeelIf losses are lessons (and let’s hope they are) then UK should earn a Ph.D. before this season is over. Lesson number one: how NOT to beat yourself! BP