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Quick look inside Kentucky football practice

In this first video you’ll see offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Randy Sanders working with all five quarterbacks on the depth chart, Maxwell Smith, Morgan Newton, Patrick Towles, and the two lesser-known freshmen Jalen Whitlow and Jeff Witthuhn. In the drill Sanders is looking for quick feet and how fast they can turn to get rid of the ball.

Offensive line coach Mike Summers and defensive line coach David Turner put their squads head-to-head in a friendly battle. Collins Ukwu rushing on the outside is held off by first-year starter Kevin Mitchell. On the next play, sophomore reserve center Max Godby might get whistled for a hold in a game situation, but the coaches praise the hustle.

The first full closed scrimmage is being held today at Commonwealth Stadium. Any updates that come from the practice will be up as soon as we hear.

Article written by Stuart Hammer

B.S. Broadcast Journalism from the University of Kentucky. @StuartHammerKSR

8 Comments for Quick look inside Kentucky football practice



  1. Nyrmitz
    2:41 pm August 11, 2012 Permalink

    Morgan is looking good on his throws



  2. 3rd and long
    2:57 pm August 11, 2012 Permalink

    Perfect drill for those 3rd and 28 screen passes!



  3. bige
    2:58 pm August 11, 2012 Permalink

    Looks like Joker has his fishing for a new job hat.



  4. TrueBlueCatsFan
    3:38 pm August 11, 2012 Permalink

    In the words of Bookie Cobbins, “We are gonna turn some heads this year!” I’m with ya Bookie! I support you guys! Let’s do this! We have enough haters around the world… We don’t need it from our own fans! Go Cats!



  5. tyson
    4:35 pm August 11, 2012 Permalink

    #3 beat me to it. Glad they are getting plenty of reps in for that scenario



  6. shelbyjoe
    7:00 pm August 11, 2012 Permalink

    with our O-line, they BETTER be able to get rid of the ball quick.



  7. chad b
    7:59 pm August 11, 2012 Permalink

    GREAT!!! MORE SCREEN PASSES…wooo hooo…nothing has changed. Our Offense = Screen passes, 3 Yard passes and east to west running. If I’m an defensive coordinator I’m going to play up tight on Kentucky because I know they’re afraid to throw the deep ball. LOL 4 wins this year…



  8. catfan68
    10:47 pm August 11, 2012 Permalink

    Our offense is way TOO CONSERVATIVE…Joker better open things up this year