Today is a good day to celebrate Kentucky's offensive statistics, which are vastly improved over last year. UK currently ranks 18th in passing offense and 80th in rushing offense. The rushing offense may seem bad, but keep in mind that the starting running back has been injured, and that UK's offense is now geared more toward moving the ball with short passes.
The Tweet of the Morning comes from coach Matthew Mitchell:
Good advice from a great mind. Your quickies follow the jump.
Hmm. Interesting that ticket sales are so slow for this event.
Heh. Schadenfreude, anyone?
More on our rebranding effort, which is a complete process, not just a new logo.
1. Yes, it is.
2. Told you Goodwin was a major stud.
Calipari is like that - you see something he did, and you have to look at it.
Check it out. Nice work, there.
According to the Star’s Kyle Neddenriep, Lyles said he was disappointed not to see Indiana University, where he was committed until last month, at the workout, which came on the second day of an in-person contact period.
Stealing another 5* from the Hoosiers would be... sweet.
Heh. Anytime I see a Kingpin reference, I have to link it.
Blogger fail. In what universe is comparing your team's offensive line to Enron a good thing?
In a way, this is exactly the philosophy of A Sea of Blue. Let's share our enjoyment of Wildcats sports in a way that does not involve uncivil behavior.
Maxwell Smith has stats that are nationally relevant, and that's amazing to see. It will get tougher, but keep in mind that Smith, and many of his targets, are sophomores and younger.
Kyle King labels us the Wil_cats. Why? Because we have no "D."
You don't see this every day - a player suspended for a play that did not draw a flag from the officials. Hmm.
Too many "Nos" in that title, Kyle.
Go, Cal, go!
Hope he gets better - both in body and mind.
We see this kind of talk occasionally, but it usually amounts to little.
Good news for an already strong defense.
It will be interesting to see how much "power" is in Kyle Wiltjer's game this year.
Western is going to be a tougher out than Kent St., and KSU gave us all we wanted for two and one half quarters of football.
Indeed. Washington has done a good job so far, as evidenced by the fact that the passing game works much better this year. That's probably not the only reason, but hey, you get credit when you're on the staff and what you are coaching is working.
Cal should have brought UK's championship trophies with him.
The offensive line has been a very pleasant surprise so far.
A Calipari-Pitino recruiting battle! JC linked this earlier, as well.