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Article written by Nick Roush

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22 responses to “Despite Losses, a Historic UK Football Recruiting Class is Possible”

  1. Kentuckiana

    I really, really am trying to remain positive about the program/recruits.
    A win Saturday will be a small step in the right direction.

    GO CATS!!!!

    1. mashburnfan1

      The football program is in the best shape of my, and probably your, lifetime. If you can’t be positive about that go to IU.

    2. KYCat4EVER

      I would agree with 99% of your comment Mashburn! Our CATS are building it….

      But get your 1% act together…

      Kentuckiana gave his opinion…

      So agree with it, or disagree with it … but do it with some maturity and class!

      Your a better DUDE than your “go to IU” response Mashburnfan1. I know because I’ve read your posts before, and your usually SPOT ON without the “go to IU” crap.

      Stay strong, positive, and respectful as usual dude.


    3. WKY Cat

      Trust me mashburn isn’t a better dude than that. It’s the same crap he posts all the time if he doesn’t agree with you.

    4. nocode96

      You telling someone else to leave their team behind because he/she ever so slightly took a knock at the team is pure gold. You shlt on our b-ball program and our coach daily, now you wanna tell another fan who wasn’t even dogging the football team to go to IU? That’s rich old man, I see irony loses its place in your world.

    5. catsarerunnin

      Lol this from the douchebag who trashes Cal and Cats on a daily basis during the basketball season. Follow your own advice nimrod.

    6. Bobbum Man

      What a hypocrite mash is lol… the basketball team is in the best shape it’s been in since pitino but you still cry everyday about it

  2. Guitarteacher74

    If we keep losing, those recruits are going somewhere else.

  3. bbn606

    The main goal now is to hold on to this recruiting class.

  4. J. Did

    GO CATS!

  5. shelby3605

    Lose 5 and many will bolt; lose 6 and they all pretty much gone. Need to win 8!

    1. DelrayCat

      This logic of recruits leaving when the team loses the year before is stupid. I think many would be more excited to come here knowing they might have a better chance to start since the guy in front of him is losing games. Most bought into the program, coaches, and the community..not the record of the previous team.

  6. Soylentbeans

    I forgot the future can be seen in ksr comment sections.

    1. KATastrophe

      “I forgot the future can be seen in ksr comment sections.”

      Have you ever seen a comments section on ANY sports blog where it isn’t? Why would we want to keep such brilliant prognostications as we make on here to ourselves and cheat folks like you from hearing them?

  7. railcat

    For being a run heavy offense, why do we recruit so many receivers? Roster looks like an air raid but plays like a ground attack. All we have is 4 scholly RBs?.

  8. Irwin R. Fletcher

    *AN Historic

  9. Big Sexy

    Stoops has done some outstanding recruiting in about every position but one….QB. Either they don’t recruit QBs very well or they do a poor job at developing them. You have to have a passing game to compete with the elite programs. Brown and Gran have both seen their high flying offenses grounded under Stoops.

    1. abobicesaevior

      He recruits the position just fine. Two guys transferred, starter out for the season, Scalzo out for the season and Sawyer Smith is banged up. We’re basically on our 5th or 6th string QB.

    2. KATastrophe

      I’m trying to find a reason to disagree with you, Big Sexy, but danged if I can come up with the evidence to do it at present. I will say, however, that it’s been quite a while since I’ve seen the word “Gran” and the phrase “high flying offenses” in the same sentence….

    3. Big Sexy

      If he recruits the position just fine then his coaching the position is sorely lacking. The best he can trot out in six years is Towles and Johnson. Get a QB that can throw or you’ll just be spinning your wheels.

  10. makeitstop

    To win in the SEC u hv to run the ball well, but to win nationally u need a better passing attack than we have. I’m happy to take the incremental steps to win 5-6 SEC games annually, which is 8-10 wins per year. Then once ur established and u hit on a QB who can throw and move like a Trevor Lawrence or Justin Field or Jake Fromm or Tua and u hv the WR to go and get it, then u can break through to the SEC Championship game of CFP but it won’t be this year or next. Let’s save an 8 win year and build on it next year and keep looking for that game changer – maybe it’s Beau Allen maybe it’s Scalzo, but it’ll come if they stay the course. It starts w that line and if the line played better, we win UF – and they were an atrocity at times in the last two games. They get back to where they should be and we can win 5 more even without much at QB and that’s a decent rebuilding year under the circumstances which are everything that could go wrong has.

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