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Steve Spurrier a coaching candidate at Kentucky?

By LARRY VAUGHT Of all the possible coaching candidates to replace Neal Brown as Kentucky’s offensive coordinator, no UK fan could have expected Steve Spurrier’s  name to surface. But it has. Scott Roussel of Football Scoop has indicated that Steve Spurrier Jr. is a candidate to the next offensive coordinator. He’s the son of South …

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Connection with John Schlarman sold Drake Jackson on UK

By LARRY VAUGHT Drake Jackson says there was a lot to like about playing football at Alabama, Ohio State and Tennessee. However, those three schools did not have one thing that Kentucky did — offensive line coach John Schlarman. The Woodford County junior offensive lineman said the biggest reason he gave his verbal commitment to …

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Neal Brown adds former Wildcat Jon Sumrall to Troy coaching staff

TROY, Alabama – Troy football head coach Neal Brown announced Wednesday the hiring of Jon Sumrall as the program’s assistant head coach. Sumrall, who will also serve as a defensive assistant coach, joins the Troy staff after spending the last three seasons as the co-defensive coordinator at Tulane. “Jon is an up-and-comer in the profession …

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Zy’Aire Hughes still fully committed to UK even after Neal Brown’s departure

By LARRY VAUGHT BENTON — McCracken County junior Zy’Aire Hughes verbally committed to Kentucky in large part because of offensive coordinator Neal Brown. However, even with Brown’s departure to Troy University as head coach, Hughes said here Saturday that he remains a UK commit. “I have been doing some thinking. He was a big impact on my …

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Former QB Freddie Maggard says Neal Brown “left UK much better” than when he arrived

By LARRY VAUGHT Former Kentucky quarterback Freddie Maggard says offensive coordinator Neal Brown had no choice but to leave Kentucky to become the new head coach at Troy. “Any time a coordinator can become head coach, it’s a positive. He’s ready,” said Maggard. He said it was “not a surprise” that Brown, who came to …

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Woodford OL Drake Jackson has “great relationship” with Schlarman, will make decision Dec. 13

By LARRY VAUGHT He’s not ready to reveal quite yet where he’ll play his college football, but Woodford County junior Drake Jackson — the top-rated center in the 2016 recruiting class in some rankings — has decided to announce his college choice Dec. 13. He posted on Twitter than Kentucky, Ohio State, Tennessee and Alabama …

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Neal Brown on Mark Stoops: “He is a tremendous man. He is doing a great job.”

By LARRY VAUGHT Former Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown had several things to say about Kentucky coach Mark Stoops during his press conference Monday when he was introduced as the new head coach at Troy University. “I also want to spend a minute to talk about Mark Stoops. He is a tremendous man,” said Brown. …

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Guest post: Fan understands Neal Brown’s ties to UK, wishes him well

By TINA COX Kentucky has the best fans in the nation. Kentucky fans travel better than any other fan base. Kentucky fans love their Wildcats. Kentucky fans can be brutal even to one of their own. These statements are all true. I took a break from social media and radio shows on Sunday morning. Twitter, …

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