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The Depth Chart Podcast: 2016 Regular Season Review

Freddie Maggard is his new Jack Kain Ford F-250.

Freddie Maggard is his new Jack Kain Ford F-250.

Freddie Maggard is his new Jack Kain Ford F-250.

The Depth Chart Podcast returns with a new sponsor, Jack Kain Ford, and a special guest, Kyle Tucker from SEC Country.  Before discussing how Kentucky matches up with Georgia Tech’s triple option, Freddie vents about the All-SEC awards and much more, including:

— How Kyle got his start in journalism as the Fazoli’s breadstick guy.

— Jonathan Allen’s remarks about UK’s offensive line.

— The secret 7-on-7 scrimmage between UK and EKU before Stoops’ first season.

— How Stoops has matured as a head coach.

— Why Saban is better than Bear Bryant and do Saban and Calipari comparisons hold up?

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

2 Comments for The Depth Chart Podcast: 2016 Regular Season Review

  1. UKfanman01
    7:16 pm December 8, 2016 Permalink

    Sorry BBN. Saban and Cal aren’t close to the same level. Saban wins more (percentage wise) and has more championships. Cal has dropped more big games (WEST VIRGINIA, UCONN, WISCONSIN, 1 loss to Duke, 1 loss to UofLol, 2 straight to UCLA) where Saban rarely loses period. Nobody holds up to Saban. Not even the amazing immortal coach K.

  2. tatertot
    9:51 pm December 8, 2016 Permalink

    Not exactly a fair comparison when one sport plays 12 or 13 games a season and the other plays 35+, and one sport effectively has a 1 game championship and another requires you to win 6 games in a row. If UK was placed into a 1 or 2 game playoff for the championship in ball every year they were top 2 or 4, I’d imagine they would have a lot more championships as well. Same thing goes for if Saban had to play 35 football games a year. He would drop a lot more statistically. Cal is what, like 65-6 as #1 team?