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Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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5 responses to “The Kentucky tight ends will be off the bus first on game days”

  1. Swizzle

    I would hope hes more productive, shouldn’t be hard to beat 10 catches.

    1. notFromhere

      Exactly

  2. notFromhere

    Excited about the position. We had a bit of a step off from CJ at that position in the past. When we start rotating 3-4 big guys that can deliver blows and catch, the defense wont be able to answer unless they double team, opening things up for other positions just as Conrad did his last 2 years.

    People have no idea how much he was a part of the success of the offense because of the attention he demanded.

  3. satcheluk

    With guys that big at TE with wheels, if they can block decent, then we can really be balanced with power running and play action. Nothing better for a QB than a TE running a 7 yd out and a RB a swing route to the same side. One of them will be open and if it’s the RB you have a 6’7” lead blocker.