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Twitter reacts to another brutal offensive performance from Kentucky

Another bad performance on the offensive side of the ball has fans questioning Kentucky’s offensive identity and coaching.

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The Kentucky Wildcats fall to the Georgia Bulldogs for the 11th straight time, 14-3 in Lexington.

In what was yet another brutal game for the Kentucky Wildcats’ offense and offensive coordinator Eddie Gran. While the offensive looked significantly better than they did last week at Mizzou, they only managed to put up three total points and really just looked timid and discombobulated at times.

Late in the game with Kentucky driving, down by two scores, Eddie Gran and the coaching staff flat-out refused to even throw the ball deep once. I think that is a testament to their faith in their quarterbacks, their receivers, and their overall play-calling philosophy, which is simply not going to cut it in the SEC.

The defense played another great game, but no love from the offense has absolutely killed Kentucky this season.

Does a change need to be made? Will a change be made?

Here is how Twitter reacted to yet another disappointing Kentucky offensive game:

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