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Depth Chart Podcast: The Yips

Freddie Maggard is back with Nick Roush to answer your Kentucky football questions in a new edition of the Depth Chart Podcast. The UK receivers need a jolt to get through a mental block, similar to the one Freddie experienced while throwing passes in Lexington. He also spells out what Kentucky must do to win in Knoxville for the first time since 1984. Highlights:

— Is Miss. State or Ole Miss the exception to the norm for the UK defense?

— Will Jarrett Guarantano finally come down to Earth vs. Kentucky?

— Freddie shares THE place for UK fans to eat on their way to Knoxville.

— JuTahn McClain time?

— Deep passes could make or break the game for both teams.

— Two straight weeks of exceptional QB play in Kroger’s KSR Game of the Week.

You can easily stream online through Spotify or you can get the podcast sent directly to your phone by subscribing to The Depth Chart Podcast on iTunes.

Article written by KSR

3 Comments for Depth Chart Podcast: The Yips

  1. RackEmWillie
    11:49 am October 15, 2020 Permalink

    I’m not sure Ole Miss or Miss State are an indicator of this defense. Ole Miss hung a ton of yardage and points on Alabama. They are an elite offense.

    But MSU isn’t a 6 INT type team, and wasn’t too far removed from that LSU game (regardless of how down LSU may be, that win was still extremely impressive.)

  2. KnottyCat
    11:59 am October 15, 2020 Permalink

    The MSU game turned on the interception starting the 4th Q. Up 14-2, MSU was ready to score and cut it to 4-5 pts, gaining the momentum, until Boogie’s INT. This game was very close to being in doubt and in no way a dominating performance. MSU simply cracked after that play.

    • RackEmWillie
      2:07 pm October 15, 2020 Permalink

      As far as individual athleticism plays, his strip/INT play has to rank pretty close to the top. That was just a grown man taking something he wanted.