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Cole Mosier and Zach West could be back for Kentucky on Saturday

By LARRY VAUGHT Offensive guard Zach West practiced Tuesday and offensive coordinator Neal Brown is hopeful that guard Cole Mosier will practice today. West started UK’s first game but has not played since due to a neck injury. Mosier, a walk-on, started two games but then played only sparingly against Vanderblt last week. “Hopeful they’re …

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Walk-on lineman Cole Mosier thrown into fire, but ready for the challenge

By ASHLEY SCOBY Cole Mosier hadn’t played football on anything but a practice field since his senior year of high school in 2012-13. But that changed for the walk-on offensive guard on Saturday, when he got the start at left guard, logging his first collegiate minutes. Starting left guard Zach West missed Saturday’s game against …

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Redshirt linemen Kyle Meadows and Ramsey Meyers now have their chance to shine

By LARRY VAUGHT All last season the talk was that true freshmen Ramsey Meyers and Kyle Meadows could have helped the Kentucky offensive line if they were not being redshirted. Now we’ll find out since both will start Saturday against UT-Martin. Meyers earned a start at right guard. Meadows moved into the starting rotation when …

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John Schlarman on Ramsey Myers, Kyle Meadows, Nick Haynes, Max Godby, Jon Toth, Zach West

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky offensive line coach John Schlarman thinks experience is only part of the reason he believes his players will be better this year. “Guys have developed and understand the big picture with everything and have done a much better job communicating across the board,” said Schlarman. Players who were redshirted last year …

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Madison Central lineman Will Ulmer could have same potential as Larry Warford

By LARRY VAUGHT New Madison Central coach Mark Scenters isn’t ready to proclaim that junior offensive lineman Will Ulmer could be another Larry Warford, but he thinks Ulmer has all the tools to potentially do what Warford did at the University of Kentucky and is now doing in the NFL. “Will is 6-4 1/2, 290-95 …

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Drake Jackson didn’t grow up die-hard UK fan, but calls Mark Stoops “great guy”

By LARRY VAUGHT Drake Jackson’s parents are not from Kentucky. Instead, they are from Indiana and Illinois. Jackson was born in Lexington and has “definitely” been a Kentucky fan, but says he is not a “die-hard fan” like many of his peers are. “I didn’t really grow up rooting for a team. It was more …

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UK assistant John Schlarman knew “early on” that Neal Brown would be good coach

By MIKE MARSEE, Advocate-Messenger The relationship between John Schlarman and Neal Brown, two of Kentucky’s assistant coaches, goes all the way back to Brown’s playing days at UK. And Schlarman said it was then that he recognized some of the same qualities in Brown that he had possessed as a player. Nearly 15 years have …

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John Schlarman will “never forget” recruiting trip with Neal Brown that got Bunchy Stallings

By MIKE MARSEE, Advocate-Messenger Every college football coach has his share of crazy recruiting stories, but few can match the adventure John Schlarman and Neal Brown shared earlier this winter. Brown, Kentucky’s offensive coordinator, and Schlarman, the offensive line coach, were forced to spend the night in an Alabama high school when a winter storm …

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