Originally Posted by Sea Ray
It's not really all that tough nowadays. In fact as bad as IU was this year they were only one win short. They can use the UK formula and that is to schedule 4 patsy non conference teams and then figure out a way to pick off two wins in conference
Wrong. UK schedules UL and 3 other patsies, just like the rest of the SEC. (one tough game / 3 games that should be Ws)
It isn't UK's fault that UL went in the gutter under Kragthorpe. It's looking like Strong will make them competitive again, however. They were a perennial top 15 team... They're on UK's schedule whether they're great or horrible. UK has enough to worry about in the SEC without beefing up their schedule any more just because UL has been awful.