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Kentucky offense has been consistently inconsistent this season

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown said it was a “benefit” for coaches to have an off week to self-evaluate what has been going wrong for the Wildcats before they play at Louisville Nov. 29 to end the regular season. “There’s no doubt. It gives you an opportunity to catch your breath. We …

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Redshirt freshmen Denzil Ware impressing Neal Brown in practice along with Adrian Middleton, Nick Firios, Jared Tucker

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky will lose its top two defensive players, ends Bud Dupree and Za’Darius Smith, after this season. However, offensive coordinator Neal Brown thinks redshirt defensive lineman Denzil Ware of Florida has shown potential during his redshirt season on the scout team to think he could be a special player. “I’ve been really …

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Fullback D.J. Warren a “dependable” player that Neal Brown likes to play

By LARRY VAUGHT Fullback D.J. Warren has got more playing time in recent games in part because of UK’s numbers/success at tight end. But that’s not the only reason Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown likes playing him. “D.J. Warren is a kid that’s dependable and he’s accountable and I know exactly what I’m getting. I …

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Performance based decision drops leading receiver Ryan Timmons to second team

By LARRY VAUGHT Through 10 games sophomore Ryan Timmons is Kentucky’s leading receiver with 41 catches for 508 yards and two scores. He has all more catches than anyone on the team and the former Franklin County standout has game-breaking speed. However, he’s been dropped to No. 2 on the depth chart going into Saturday’s …

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Bud Dupree knows defense has a lot to fix, Neal Brown wants consistency

Video by Savannah Stevens By LARRY VAUGHT LEXINGTON — Bud Dupree really didn’t know how to explain what happened to Kentucky’s defense in Saturday’s 63-31 loss to Georgia. “There are a lot of different things we have to fix. We can’t point fingers. We just have to move to the next game,” said Dupree, one …

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Georgia loss exposes fool’s gold over Kentucky’s 5-1 start

By LARRY VAUGHT LEXINGTON — Fool’s gold is defined as a brassy yellow mineral that can be mistaken for gold. That’s sort of like the 5-1 start the Kentucky football team had that was mistaken as a sign that coach Mark Stoops had the UK program rebuilt. Now that 5-1 start has slid to 5-5 after …

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Demarco Robinson one skilled player that has been consistent this season

By LARRY VAUGHT Does Kentucky have a go-to player that offensive coordinator Neal Brown can count on when the Cats need tough yardage? “I think that’s still a work in progress, honestly. I think there’s some guys on offense that I know what to expect of every week, and there’s a lot of guys that …

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Offensive line has to play with “good technique” to not get exposed

By LARRY VAUGHT While Kentucky’s offensive line has been criticized for its recent play, Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown said UK’s guard actually played well in last week’s loss at Missouri. “One of the few bright spots in the game was our two guards really played better. I mean, really did. We got exposed against …

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