Neal Brown Back In Blue

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Updated: 12/18/2012 6:59 pm
UK's new offensive coordinator Neal Brown, a former Wildcat and native of the Commonwealth, is excited to be back in his home state.

In response to going 100 miles per hour, recruiting, getting to know his new players and settling in once again in the Bluegrass, Brown said it's all a blur.

“Those are things I haven’t sat down and thought about a whole lot. It has been a whirlwind. Somebody said we are seven days from Christmas right now and I am going back to Texas tomorrow and I will see my little girls and I will be reminded very instantly about that when I get off the plane. As far as the turnaround, it is hard to say until I can go out there and work with the guys. This system has been successful everywhere we have been. We have been able to turn some teams that weren’t very good on offense around quickly. How quickly it can be done, I don’t know. It will be done, but it is going to take some work though for sure.” 

Check out the video for more on Brown's return in Blue.
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