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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    RIP Coach Schlarmann. Kentucky won against Tennessee in the last game he coached in.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    Awful news about Schlarman

    He played at Highlands snd had coached Campbfll County snd Newport as well.

    Just terrible news snd a sad situation

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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    Heading into the final game of the season Kentucky is debating even accepting a bowl game.

    Don’t really know how I feel about it. On one hand it would give them more practice especially for the younger players coming up.

    OTOH, with covid ransacking the program the last two weeks, the passing of a coach midseason, and other internal turmoil namely directed at the offense I’d be happy if they called it a season and not play Saturday.

    I’m just hoping they move on from Eddie Gran and Darrin Hinshaw.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    Eddie Gran and Darin Hinshaw officially let go by Kentucky:

    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...-darin-hinshaw

    Like Gran as a person but it had to be done. Benny Snell and Lynn Bowden bailed him out the last two years and covered up the problems in play calling.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed View Post
    Eddie Gran and Darin Hinshaw officially let go by Kentucky:

    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...-darin-hinshaw

    Like Gran as a person but it had to be done. Benny Snell and Lynn Bowden bailed him out the last two years and covered up the problems in play calling.
    Yea his play calling left a lot to be desired. It was time for a change.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

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    Yea his play calling left a lot to be desired. It was time for a change.
    I don’t really know who I want. The names being floated don’t really excite me outside of maybe Cale Gundy and he hasn’t called plays.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    Four names being floated to replace Gran:

    Joe Moorhead
    Brian Brohm
    Liam Coen (LA Rams QB coach)
    Bush Hamdan (Missouri QB coach)

    Moorhead is the big name on the list but I’d be shocked if he took it. Coen would basically be the Joe Brady type of hire.

    Brohm would be my pick as it would help out significantly with Beau Allen’s development and would also help lock down in state recruiting even further.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed View Post
    Four names being floated to replace Gran:

    Joe Moorhead
    Brian Brohm
    Liam Coen (LA Rams QB coach)
    Bush Hamdan (Missouri QB coach)

    Moorhead is the big name on the list but I’d be shocked if he took it. Coen would basically be the Joe Brady type of hire.

    Brohm would be my pick as it would help out significantly with Beau Allen’s development and would also help lock down in state recruiting even further.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    They hired Liam Coen, the assistant QB coach of the Rams.

    His resume is eerily similar to Zac Taylor’s

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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

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    They hired Liam Coen, the assistant QB coach of the Rams.

    His resume is eerily similar to Zac Taylor’s
    It’s basically the Joe Brady effect.

    It worked for LSU but they had an accomplished offensive coordinator and Brady had a completely different title.

    A pro style offense though with Beau Allen as the QB of the future is promising.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    I hope so.

    I wonder what O-line coaches they’re looking st and if they’ll have a special teams coach this year.


    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed View Post
    It’s basically the Joe Brady effect.

    It worked for LSU but they had an accomplished offensive coordinator and Brady had a completely different title.

    A pro style offense though with Beau Allen as the QB of the future is promising.

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    I hope so.

    I wonder what O-line coaches they’re looking st and if they’ll have a special teams coach this year.
    Stoops hints at South Carolina’s Eric Wolford as next OL coach: “I have a guy in mind. … It’ll happen”

    https://kentuckysportsradio.com/foot...d-itll-happen/
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    Projections are we may have a good ole' Hatfields and McCoys narrative bowl with WVU playing UK in the Liberty Bowl! That could be fun.....and we all know who won that battle.

    “The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane.”
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    Quote Originally Posted by adkindo View Post
    Projections are we may have a good ole' Hatfields and McCoys narrative bowl with WVU playing UK in the Liberty Bowl! That could be fun.....and we all know who won that battle.

    Rumor is with Ole Miss losing Kentucky could be in play for the Gator Bowl.
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    Re: UK Football 2020: Turning the Corner

    we will see, I did not check UK's options, but I saw many had WVU and UK in Liberty....then some had WVU and UT, so maybe those are the projections that put you guys in the Gator
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