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The Eye in the Sky Don’t Lie: Kentucky and Mississippi State

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Understanding there is a basketball scrimmage tonight, I’ll make this short and to the point. For brevity, film evaluation ends with 2:55 remaining in the 3rd quarter. From that point on, the game was over.

After painstakingly rewatching the game, the following are observations:

OFFENSE

—  1st down plays were problematic and significantly diminished UK’s opportunities. This trend started when the Cats were flagged for illegal formation on its first play of the game.

— For the greater portion of 3 quarters; on 1st down Kentucky was called for two penalties, dropped four passes, and threw one interception.

— Boom Williams displayed patience as he awaited blockers to open run lane avenues. On more than one occasion, the key block was thrown by true freshman CJ Conrad. This was displayed on the near 1st quarter touchdown as well as throughout the three quarters of evaluation.

— CJ Conrad has entered the world of being a “special” football player and perhaps UK’s most dangerous offensive weapon. He blocked, caught, and competed at an extremely high level. Perhaps he can become a team leader as his example should be the standard for the roster. Compete.

— After the film evaluation period, Drew Barker was effective by going 7-9 as true freshman RB Sihiem King showed flashes.

— Kentucky won the first quarter, 10-7. While having offensive success, the Cats were countering MSU’s blitz packages with draws, timely passes, and behind Boom Williams’ extraordinary effort. However, the above mentioned drops and penalties handcuffed sustained success.

— Patrick Towles was pressured for most of the evening. MSU’s first QB sack occurred during a LB and Safety blitz. Boom accurately picked off the most danger-close defender, but safety tackled the QB. Unaccounted for defenders are the QB’s responsibility. Throw away or hot route is the preferred method of response.

— In the 3rd quarter, MSU missed a FG. Unimaginably, UK was still in the game only down 28-13. Completions to Conrad, Baker, and Boom maneuvered the football down the field. Garrett Johnson had yet another explosion play followed by CJ Conrad’s near score as he dragged Dog defenders to the 7-yard line. This is where the game changed.

— On 1st and goal at the MSU 3, Ramsey Meyer’s critical personal foul (punch) call moved the Cats backwards. This cannot happen. Miss. State was inevitably going to win the game, had the better team. But composure penalties are game changers. The drive ended with an Austin MacGinnis field goal.

— However, the prior third down and goal play summed up the evening. A difficult, yet catchable touchdown pass was dropped. The catch/drop wouldn’t have mattered. Jordan Swindle was called for holding. To recap, 1st and goal on the 3. Two red-zone penalties and a missed touchdown pass opportunity. Thus was Saturday night in Starkville.

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Jim Edmonds | USA Today

DEFENSE

— Upon further review, Nose Guard Matt Elam didn’t exactly dominate the middle of the line of scrimmage, but perhaps we saw what he’s able to contribute to DJ Eliot’s defense. At times, he stood up the center. That was a positive. He’s not built to sack the quarterback to make an abundance of tackles. Elam is still a work in progress. Farrington Huguennin’s effort is to be commended.

— On more than one occasion, the UK defense was misaligned. One particular instance resulted in a Dak Prescott touchdown. Six defenders were lined up on the left side of the field. Prescott recognized, ran to the opposite side, touchdown Bulldogs.

— Cats missed Jason Hatcher. Not only in pass rush, but his ability to defend the pass in the flat area. Kentucky is just not talented enough to pressure the quarterback with three or four defensive linemen. Not yet. In order to compete in the SEC, the Cats have to attack. This scheme is high risk/reward. I foresee more Nickel/Dime packages in the future. Auburn and Miss State have exposed pass defense warts.

— Derrick Baity played extremely well for his first outing. Going against the league’s best QB and grown man receivers, Derrick battled. He and Westry are going to be a dynamic combination. I’d hope that’s the CB duo we see from this point on. As Mark Stoops indicated in his Monday press conference, thousands of reps were given to certain players. At some point in time, enough is enough when lack of production is the continual outcome. That time is now and perhaps should have been earlier in the season.

— With 3:12 remaining in the first half, Dak Prescott led the Bulldog offense to two touchdown within a span of two minutes. The ease of the two drives were troubling.

— The first of the two started with 3:12 on the clock, Dogs crossed the goal line with 1:34 left in the 2nd quarter. The drive consisted of five plays of which every snap resulted in ten plus yards. Touchdown pass concluded the scoring drive.

— Following a Patrick Towles interception, Miss State took over on its own twenty yard line with 1:12 left in the half. On its first play, AJ Stamps missed a tackle on the sideline, result was a sixty yard gain. The Dogs were in business after just one play. Josh Forrest did sack Prescott, but the next play resulted in a Miss State touchdown.

— Before the tape stopped at the end of the third quarter, UK did have two drive stops.

— CB Chris Westry, CB Derrick Baity, S Mike Edwards, and S Darius West played a large portion of the 2nd half. The freshmen foursome competed. The rookies fought. Trial by fire, but proud of their effort.

— Somehow, some way, UK has to find a way to pressure opposing quarterbacks. Prescott’s vision wasn’t impeded nor was he consistently influenced in the pocket. Realize that Dak is Dak, but Auburn’s Sean White also was given time to go through progressions.

What does all this mean?

For the second straight game, Kentucky lost composure in the closing minutes of the first half. Cats have given up 17 points against Auburn and Mississippi State. The game offered opportunities, but Kentucky didn’t capitalize. QB Dak Prescott is the best football player that Kentucky will face in 2015. If anyone tries to compare opposing QB’s to Prescott, just stop. The fifth-year senior was superb.

— As a college football team, MSU may be the best that UK will face in 2015. Its roster doesn’t include a stable of four and five star players, however the Bulldog roster is the best coached and developed in the league. The veteran team also plays with extreme intensity and a boulder size chip on their shoulder. Simply said, Mississippi State was more physical and tougher than Kentucky. Respect.

— Melvin Lewis and Jason Hatcher were missed. Their presence wouldn’t have changed the game’s outcome, but could have helped it to not appear so easy for the Dogs. With the Volunteers coming to town, Kentucky has no other option but to get back to work. The SEC is unforgiving as UT presents many of the same matchup problems as did Miss State. Cats are 4-3.

Article written by Freddie Maggard

Former University of Kentucky Quarterback and Andy Griffith Fan Club President

63 Comments for The Eye in the Sky Don’t Lie: Kentucky and Mississippi State



  1. john wall
    2:39 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Nice write up Freddie. What happened to Hatcher? and will he be back for UT? Thanks



  2. asdf
    2:41 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    I wonder if Marvin Lewis’ absence had something to do with the misalignment issues, as the defense was without their normal leader? “Work in Progress” is a nice way of saying that Matt Elam struggled a lot of the time. He did hold his own at times, but that’s about it. He has more talent than he is showing, and some of it is just inconsistent technique.



    • wait?
      2:43 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Doesn’t Marvin Lewis coach for the Bungles?



    • asdf
      2:55 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      LOL…I guess that was a Freudian slip, since Melvin Lewis is sort of like a coach on the field an a mentor to younger players.



    • novalsi
      3:52 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Melvin Lewis’ absence is largely (entirely) because of his broken fibula.



  3. Sorry not sorry
    2:42 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    I don’t want to be that fan right now, but Elam just looked awful out there. I am by no means an expert but awful just awful.



    • Reality Says
      3:21 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      I’ve watched A LOT of football in my life…and, for right now, Matt Elam is the worst high Division 1 defensive lineman I have ever seen play extended minutes. His technique is HORRIBLE. He lines up 1-2 feet behind the rest of the line every play, and then just stands up? I honestly think it is because he is so fat his center of gravity would cause him to fall down if he actually got in a normal 3 point stance. His arm is likely not strong enough to support his 400+ pounds.

      I echo what another poster said a few days ago…the real travesty is that this coaching staff, with all their strength and conditioning programs, have not gotten this kid into better shape. On one play the center or guard drove him over on his back and he was left flailing like a beached whale. I don’t think he could have gotten up without help from his teammates. If he is the best we have as a backup NT, then UK is screwed. I know all I’ve said is harsh, and from all accounts he is a nice guy, but anyone who knows the sport knows I speak the truth.



    • @BallBlog_Chad
      3:37 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      I was excited about Elam before the season, but haven’t seen it on the field … here was a tweet from Kyle Tucker during interviews before the season –

      “Matt Elam down to 355, told me he did a three-rep max in ‘the high 600s, almost seven’ on squat, benching nearly 500. My God.”

      Where is this strength?



    • leon singleton
      3:42 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Elam looked better then the clowns around him.



    • inside info2
      4:15 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Elam came in with a Big Man On Campus attitude and unfortunately the staff hasn’t been able to get rid of it yet. Maybe Saturday was a wake-up call. But he just hasn’t been working as hard as he should be because, heck, he was doing UK a favor by coming here in the first place. He could have gone to Alabama you know!



    • Jon Osborne
      4:40 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Elam as taken a step backwards from his Soph season in HIGH SCHOOL.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSeoWYLr62A. Watch these highlights of the boy and you will see why every major college was drooling over him. I believe in this coaching staff and what they’re doing, but they’re not getting the most out of Elam’s potential.. and that is on Elam too. Drop the extra weight and get in shape!



  4. theguy
    2:43 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Matriculate doesn’t mean what you think it means.



    • North of Jellico
      3:30 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      See Hank Stram. Famous (incorrect) quote.



  5. Ronny
    2:46 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Just stop covering football it would be appreciated by everyone



    • North of Jellico
      3:32 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      False.



    • J-Dub421
      3:34 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Speak for yourself, but not the rest of us.



    • tyler
      8:03 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      seriously? go away man. i hate bball only fans. i bet you like the yankees, the lakers, the cowboys, and probably alabama or ohio state in college football, right? am i on the right track?



    • Jota
      8:55 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Tyler,

      Thank you this Ronny guy is why we all real uk fans vote pro choice.

      Joke



    • Nuts
      9:28 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Ronny, the only thing you know about ball are the ones resting on your chin.



  6. RICK
    2:50 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Freddie, I know you are not the coach but just how in the world do you suggest Ky gets to the other teams Quarterback.You must have an opinion .



  7. Dave
    3:04 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    “The Eye in the Sky Don’t Lie” sounds like nails on a chalkboard every time I read it. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE name this column anything else. I cannot be the only one that feels this way.

    It sounds like the name of a column from the Chicago Tribune in 1965.



    • novalsi
      3:54 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      You should write a book.

      I mean, if you’ve so clearly got the rest of all your shit so figured out that THIS is how far down you have to climb for something that bothers you, then you must be some sort of supergenius.



    • chimichanga
      4:20 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      I like the name. I mean, it’s a lot catchier than “Dave”.



  8. Kindergarten Cop
    3:12 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    I agree with Dave. The name bothers me. But I enjoy Freddie and his information so much that I look past it.



  9. KYCATS13
    3:15 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Has anyone seen a punter or a punt returner?



    • tippytoe
      8:04 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Stoops biggest mistake this year or maybe even since he has been here is not hiring anyone to replace backwards hat guy. The special teams looks like the keystone cops every time they take the field.



  10. FernCreekCat
    3:23 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Are these older players uncoachable? It seems our players never seem to improve as they get older or we get farther into the season. Believe me, I really like Coach Stoops but I believe his assistants are letting him down and need to move on. When other coaches talk about Kentucky, do you think they say “the Cats are well coached”.



    • J-Dub421
      3:34 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Joker left the cupboard pretty bare. The reality is that most of our “older players” (of which there are few) are either undersized for the SEC, or lack the talent/athleticism needed (or both).



    • Tiger
      7:56 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Why does everyone continue to say Joker left the cupboard bare. Stoops has had THREE recruiting classes. Stoops promised everyone and their brother early playing time. Yet, some of his biggest recruits barely play because of Joker’s recruits. How do you explain this?



    • tyler
      8:05 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Tiger, you dont understand football in the SEC. 3 recruiting classes under normal circumstances means a bunch of RS soph are playing… still a young team… and all the veteran guys are leftovers from the last regime…

      it takes 5 years to build up a SEC quality roster and compete.



  11. inside info2
    3:25 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Great write up once again Freddie. Love having a very knowledgeable and fairly unbiased person on the site for football.

    1. I agree with the above commentors, the title of the post could be better.
    2. Please comment on coaching if you would. Should we be having all of the clock, alignment, and penalty issues this far into the season and in season 3 of the staff?
    3. Do you know why Timmons is still on special teams? How many punts has he returned vs. fair caught? Am I missing something? Shouldn’t he be running some of those back? Surely we have someone else more qualified?

    Again, love your posts.



    • KES
      5:40 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      UNBIASED? are you serious? Freddy is the biggest sunshine pumper there is not named oscar combs



  12. North of Jellico
    3:27 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Shut up, Freddie. It’s basketball season!



    • Jota
      8:58 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      I wish i could go back and time, and convince your mom to be pro-choice.



    • No dentists in Jellico
      9:20 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      You sound like someone from Jellico.Don’t you have a meth lab to check on?



  13. KYCATS13
    3:44 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Look forward to your post every week. Keep up the great work.



  14. Freddie
    3:45 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    “The Eye in the Sky Don’t Lie” is a old and ritualistic football term. But, tweet Nick Roush. Jared and I will discuss and take suggestions on changing. Jared’s head may fall off, but certainly worth the discussion. Thanks for reading.



    • inside info2
      3:47 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Thanks for hearing us. Now if only Matt would do the same about BTI…



    • Bear Brian
      4:21 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      “The Eye in the Sky Don’t Lie” is a old and ritualistic football term….exactly. Dont change the name Freddie. I sometimes ask what people will complain about next and then sadly I find out.



    • dude seriously
      5:03 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Freddie….Name your post whatever you want…your analysis is spot on, ksr is free to all, and to the dudes complaining….so do we really need to gripe about the name of a post? Its raining outside wanna gripe about that too? I guarantee you change the name someone else will gripe. I appreciate your insights Freddie.



  15. Freddie
    3:46 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Jared and I will discuss on podcast, sorry left that part out.



    • Derrick Mason
      8:18 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      How about this up for discussion; Stoops taking over the defense so we can actually have a plan on stopping a quarterback BEFORE the game? And, if the plan isn’t working during the game, making an adjustment? No idea why we hired a defensive coach as hc, if Elliot continues to look like a deer in headlights.



  16. TDunc2375
    3:49 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Is there anything UK football “fans” won’t complain about? Who the heck cares what the title of the post is? I get so tired of all the complaining about the coaches, the QB, and whatever else. Sure everyone involved with the program wants things to get better, faster but we still got a shot at 6-7 wins and a bowl which would be a good season for this team. Some of these part time fans just need to worry about basketball year round.



    • CatsBy80
      4:03 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      I share your sentiments 100%. What a breath of fresh air your post was.



    • RICK
      4:13 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO



    • theWilkman
      4:14 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      I’m convinced it’s the basketball-first fans that are the biggest complainers. It’s as if they expected Stoops to come in and make us a title contender the first year, like Cal. Football is a completely different beast.

      I don’t understand how a “football fan” would complain this much. We’ve had decades of ineptitude, and things are clearly getting better. Slowly, yes, but such is life when you’re historically a perennial bottom-feeder.



    • inside info2
      4:22 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Wilkman, you have answered your own question. It’s the decades of ineptitude. We have heard all the promises before.

      I like football better than basketball. I think football COULD be as big at UK as basketball, IF we ever get a consistently good team. But after seeing us be close every so often, I have become jaded and rightly or wrongly, think I have earned the right to be able to complain.

      The staff has not shown me yet that they are SEC level coaches. SEC level recruiters, yes. But not coaches. They are likely never going to be able to get the same level of talent as most of the other teams in the SEC. So they are going to have to be better coaches than other coaches in the SEC. So far this staff has not shown any signs they can do that.

      We need to improve on a faster pace. The only hope we have is recruiting momentum and that can die quick. Yes, I still think we can make it to a bowl game this season. But we could have easily lost 2 of the games we won this year and be regressing.



    • theWilkman
      4:31 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      We could have lost 2 of the wins, but we didn’t. Why not give credit for that? What about the games we were earmarked to lose (SC and Missouri) but won? The goal for this season is a bowl game, and we are on track for that.

      Game day coaching decisions are at best 50% of the job. The other half is recruitment and player development. As we see the younger guys taking the spots of old Joker recruits, it’s clear that development and especially recruitment are strengths of this staff (or let’s say strengths of Stoops, Marrow, and Korem). DJ Elliot and Dawson are still question marks.

      2-10, 5-7, 6-6 (7-6 with a bowl win) is clearly progress, especially when every offensive playmaker will be returning. Sure, I’d like to go from 2-10 to 10-2, but I understand that it takes time.



    • CatsBy80
      4:42 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Inside info2… while i understand your frustration of being lied to time and time again with the football program, surely you understand that football is a process. Stoops inherited incompetent players and has clearly brought in more talented recruiting classes than we have seen in a long time… Developing talent and getting those athletes bigger, stronger, faster so they can compete at a high level in the SEC takes time… Listen, I was as frustrated as anyone on Saturday night. I was cussing and acting a fool, but at the end of the day, we have to remember that we are still a very young team with a lot of talent. We’re a work-in-process. Now.. if we are having this same conversation in 2 years, then yes it will definitely be time to reevaluate the coaching staff.. I will leave you with these same stats that I posted on a thread from yesterday:

      2012 (Joker’s final year): Points scored per game: 17.9 — Points Against per game: 31.0
      2013 (Stoops first year): PPG: 20.5 — Points Against: 31.2
      2014 (Stoops second year): PPG: 29.2 — Points Against: 31.2
      2015 (Current as of loss at MSU): PPG: 24.7 — Points Against: 25.9

      I think it is important to keep everything in perspective. Our offense has improved by more than a touchdown per game, and our defense has improved by as much, too…



    • theWilkman
      4:48 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Exactly, CatsBy80. If we are even having this conversation NEXT year it’s time to start complaining/re-evaluating. Year 3 goal is a bowl game for the extra month practice for player development and the clear indicator that “progress” is being made for recruiting. Anything more is gravy.



  17. MustangCat
    4:11 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Haven’t read any comments, so excuse possible redundancy.
    Our D-Line DOES NOT TRY to get penetration. Don’t understand this? On pass plays, they push, but mainly all I see is bull rush, high at that, from DT’s. if opponent doesn’t sell obvious pass play, and give up a few yards on their drops, our DT’s play patty-cake at the point of attack. I noticed this last year with Hyde. We take monstrously big boys, who are massively strong as well, and do not allow them to dictate at the LOS??? They try to HOLD the LOS? Nobody ever just explodes off the line? I’m all for occupying blockers, so the LB’s can make plays, but we need guys forcing the issue at the POA. Disruption – in the backfield, behind the line? Seems to cause US fits…..? Everyone we play seems to understand how important the point of attack is? Why can’t we? We have the boys to wreak havoc, if they would turn them loose?! We need one or two guys behind the line on every run play. Make them occupy us 2-3 yards deep! We need to shoot the gaps, force the action. Our guys are back pedaling – on run plays???



  18. Stoops Lies
    4:11 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    I just read the CJ article and he said that Elam played well against the run…They ran for over 200 hundred on the ground. I’m confused



    • whatwasthat
      6:06 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Because just like the quarterback who isn’t responsible for all the good or bad that happens on offense, one defensive lineman isn’t responsible for all the good or bad. It’s 11 guys on offense and 11 different guys on defense that have to work as a team and be on the same page, which isn’t happening a lot right now. Some So called UK football fans just don’t get it and never will, they equate basketball to football.



  19. MustangCat
    4:27 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    “Dave”? Seriously? Who cares what Freddie titles his column! Do you fuss about brown socks in your black sock drawer? Make people clean their shoes before getting in your car? Or just make them put them in the trunk? Lol!! Amazing. Hey Freddie? I am gonna fuss about any OTHER title, so who you gonna “offend”? There ya go! Change it, and I’m gonna cry… Whaduyado?!? Think Dave is a liberal.
    And, if Elam wasn’t helping paint the same pattern, I’d listen to ya?! ALL the DT’s do the same thing. Hold the line. Florida drove us crazy with guys 30 lbs lighter – all night long! Because they were constantly in the backfield with us!! It’s that simple. We cause little if any disruption behind the line, or within 2-3 yds most of the time. We are better against the run this year, but its because we have better lb’s. we need to penetrate the line. Disrupt.



  20. UK Fan From Florida
    5:38 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    You know what some UK fans remind me of…. Victims of domestic abuse.

    Let me see…. He hits me, but he doesn’t really mean it…..or it is my fault I made him angry…. or at least he comes home every night.

    Some of the homers… He inherited a bad Joker team ( this is his 3rd year and we are lucky to get 5 wins)… Its UK what do you expect at least we are not losing by 40 ( so losing is okay as long it is only by 26 to Miss State)…. Stoops is improving ( 2-10, 5-7, 4-???).

    Listen guys we have another Billie Gillespie on our hands…. the guy simply can’t develop players (look at Elam and Barker), He can not coach ( look at his clock management before the half in the Auburn game, his icing his own kicker in the MSU game, His entire defensive scheme in the MSU game).

    We need to cut our loses early… Fire this guy…. He is a nice guy and maybe even a good coordinator but not head coach material… specially the 27th highest paid one in the nation.



    • whatwasthat
      5:57 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      I’ve seen your post on here a couple of times, Joker was the problem, he left nothing for a new coach to build upon, no d-line, no o-line and on and on. You probably are Joker and just mad you can’t find work and move along and find another site to post on loser.



    • UK Fan From Florida
      7:14 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      You sir have accomplished a new level of idiocy I did not know existed…. Yes I am Joker Phillips and I am writing on KSR to get my job back or undermine Stoops… are you the missing link????

      Joker, Mumme, Curry, Stoops…. all SUCK!!!!
      Rich Brooks…. was average!!!
      Bryant, Curci, Claiborne…. were Greats!!!

      We need a Great Coach!!! We play in the SEC, we have a great fan base and the stadium is full even when the team is terrible and we have the facilities and the money (Stoops is 27th highest paid coach)… we need a better job from Barnfart… the guy got lucky with the Calipari hire… other than that he is been striking out a lot. You moron Stoops is not the answer!!!



    • whatwasthat
      7:26 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

      Like I said loser move along, back to the loserville site for you. If you knew anything about football, you would know that UK football faces unique challenges, limited in-state D1 talent, high school football that is just now starting to show the progress from expanded practices and participation and so on. But like I said before you are no UK fan and clearly a friggin idiot so get lost.



  21. UK Fan From Florida
    7:33 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Whatwasthat

    I know that unfortunately you are suffering from the consequences of inbreeding. It really is unfortunate… I am sorry for your ordeals. While you type away with your claw hand sitting in your trailer park (I am sorry double wide) let me clarify somethings to you.
    First and foremost… Louisville and Western Kentucky both play in Kentucky… much smaller programs and yet much stronger programs than ours in the past few years… so the logic of limited in state D1 goes out the window you moron. Secondly, if you criticize your program that does not make you a traitor… you criticize your sister for sleeping with your daddy… does that make you a bad guy???? NO!!!



    • whatwasthat
      1:00 am October 28, 2015 Permalink

      Ok you friggin moron, loserville and western do play in the SEC, big difference. But I suppose since that your brain is about as big as your pencil dick, I would never expect a crack header loserville fan, as you are, to understand that. Now like I told you before loser, get lost.



    • whatwasthat
      1:01 am October 28, 2015 Permalink

      * do not play



  22. MC From Tiline
    7:54 pm October 27, 2015 Permalink

    Freddie, Call the post whatever you want. I glad we have a writer that cares about football. Don’t listen to these whiners. Go Big Blue!!!



  23. Bull
    10:34 am October 28, 2015 Permalink

    Very good article Panther Maggard. Haha. As for some of these other posts, it’s painfully clear these people have never tried to coach at any level, especially in the most brutal league in college football. I hope coach Stoops & players have enough sense not to read these posts. I wish I was smart enough not to waste my time reading them. Haha. GO CATS