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Sanders says: “Forget new plays, it’s time to focus on Louisville.”

I’m tired of pictures of Joker, so here’s Randy Sanders for your viewing pleasure.

Offensive coordinator Randy Sanders will be the first to admit that newly named starter Maxwell Smith has come a long way from last season. Smith is no longer the deer-in-the-headlights freshman forced to the wolves of the SEC after a Morgan Newton injury. With a ton of hard-work, dedication, and hours in the film room, Smith is now ready to be the unquestioned leader of the team. Does that mean he has complete control of Kentucky’s offense and will be able to play without hesitation?

“Not yet,” Sanders said. “I used the analogy last year that we have him on the algebra one level [of the offense], and now he’s close to the trigonometry part of it.”

After a spring and summer of installation and practice Sanders’ said that the offense has stop installing new plays and shifted the focus to the showdown against Louisville. The Cardinals defense, who held Kentucky’s offense to 17 points in last year’s matchup, brings back nine starters from last year’s team, including safety Hakeem Smith, who was named to the Thorpe and Nagurski Award preseason watch lists. Kentucky coaches know how important the Louisville game is to their season and are now completely turning their focus to coming home with a win. Naming a starter was the first step, but there needs to be a lot more done before September 2nd.

Article written by Rashawn Franklin

4 Comments for Sanders says: “Forget new plays, it’s time to focus on Louisville.”



  1. me
    9:02 pm August 20, 2012 Permalink

    Your glasses are upside down coach. First.



  2. Billy the kid
    9:12 pm August 20, 2012 Permalink

    So does this offense top out at the calc 1 or calc 4 level. Trigonometry is pretty low in the math category.



  3. Wildcat8
    10:52 pm August 20, 2012 Permalink

    Ah yes. 2+2 = 4 and 500 + 467 = 967 which equates to run up the middle.



  4. Pardon Me
    6:28 am August 21, 2012 Permalink

    There are two things I must ask; why does Sanders have no lips, and what does he know about new plays?