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The First Depth Chart of the 2017 Football Season

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An SEC Media Days tradition unlike any other, the first depth chart of the season has been released in the UK Media Guide.  There’s not a lot to take in, because it will change approximately 72 times before Kentucky plays Southern Miss, but there are two things worth noting:

  • Lynn Bowden and Michael Nesbitt are on the roster, but neither have yet arrived to campus.
  • Clevan Thomas is the only true freshman on the two-deep.

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Article written by Nick Roush

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

5 Comments for The First Depth Chart of the 2017 Football Season

  1. DelrayCat
    1:03 am July 10, 2017 Permalink

    Yo…..they got a good team. I mean, this crew could win 10+ games.
    Seriously. They are solid from top to bottom.
    The Cat’s problem has always been depth.
    Untimely injuries late in the season and no one ready to step up.
    I hope this year is different because the schedule REALLY set them up for success.

    Those first 6 games before the bye are HUGE!!!!!!
    E. Mich.

    6-0 or even 5-1 and this is going to be a special year.
    .500 or worse and ho hum….here we go again…..
    I for one am VERY “cautiously” optimistic. 🙂

    • Cmart0907
      7:44 am July 10, 2017 Permalink

      We always start off 5-0 or 5-1. S.E.C. schedule kicks in and then we loose 5 out of the next 6. Only flaw we have is we don’t have a good d – line . Quarterbacks have all day long to find a receiver on uk.

  2. jcatron
    9:12 am July 10, 2017 Permalink

    That secondary though…

  3. macsauce13
    9:41 am July 10, 2017 Permalink

    The report last week was that Bowden is now on campus. Now, we’re hearing he isn’t? What is the deal, there?

  4. Mathlete
    10:33 am July 10, 2017 Permalink

    “Neither have yet to arrive” is a double negative meaning both have arrived. “Both have yet to arrive” or “neither has arrived” are the phrases you’re looking for