Eddie Gran’s offense put up 582 yards against Missouri. It’s the first time since Jared Lorenzen was the quarterback in 2001 that Kentucky has gained more than 500 yards in back-to-back SEC games.
Things are clicking offensively, but what can they still improve?
Mark Stoops preached to his team “don’t be satisfied.” He didn’t need to say anything to his offensive coordinator.
“Don’t turn it over. Convert better (on) third downs. When we get down there in the red zone, score touchdowns all the time.”
Gran had a lot to critique, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
“That’s what’s great about it. We’ve got so much to get better at and our kids know that. There’s more in the tank and that’s exciting.”