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2 responses to “2018 Kentucky Positional Previews: Offensive Line”

  1. satcheluk

    After last year, it would seem there’s not much room other than up for the O line. We have some real talent. Hoping for cohesion.

    1. foamfinger

      Part of the early ground game woes were on Snell, and he and Gran fessed up to it. He was trying too hard to do everything instead of letting the game come to him, having patience, and relying on the things they have worked on in practice. After he settled down, they looked a lot better.

      As for the passing game, that’s going to be the question mark this year because they will either need to learn to play with a pocket passer or go with someone who can scramble a bit and buy himself some more time. If Terry gets happy feet, but still looks to throw it, it can cause some confusion up front with linemen thinking he’s going to take off and start blocking for a runner and get flagged.