October 18th 2009
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Wow!!! Given the circumstances (lost starting QB to injury, All-America corner out), the come-from-behind win at Auburn probably ranks in the top three of the Rich Brooks era. And now that brutal schedule starts to break Kentucky's way, with three straight home games in which the Cats will be favored to win, followed by a road trip to a struggling Vandy program. The college football world--and too much of the Big Blue nation--focused on the first quarter of the Florida game instead of focusing on how well the Cats ran the ball on Alabama. In the links below, you can read a line by Birmingham columnnist Ray Melick where he calls the Cats the most underrated team in the SEC and I think he's right on the money. When you can run the ball in this league the way Kentucky is running it, you have the potential to suck the life out of your opponent. This offensive line is playing at a level not seen around these parts since maybe the late 70's or certainly the early years of the Claiborne era.
SUNDAY HOT LINKS
Birmingham columnist Ray Melick says Kentucky may be SEC's most underrated team
ESPN's Chris Low gives Rich Brooks a helmet sticker
Larry Vaught says the Cats' football season looks a lot brighter now
John Clay says there's plenty of praise to go around for the win at Auburn
Sea of Blue blog's postgame analysis
Postgame highlights from Kentucky Sports Radio
Video interviews from the Auburn side
What's the greatest moment in UK basketball history?
Mark Story starts his countdown of UK's top 25 memorable basketball games
of the last 25 years
You hit the nail on the head. Kentucky Football is exciting again.
posted at 1:03 AM on Oct 19th 2009
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