Solid Blue - WKU Game Generates QB Questions

Reported by: Keenan Singleton
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Updated: 9/01/2013 10:10 pm
The opening game of the Mark Stoops era - generating more questions than answers. And the top question today - who will start at quarterback against Miami of Ohio saturday ...

Jalen Whitlow not doing anything to lose the job. But did he do enough to keep it?

78 passing yards on 15 attempts. Tack on 75 rushing yards and it's not a bad day at the office for Whitlow.

His competition - Max Smith - showing more with the arm. 125 passing yards and touchdown in just one quarter of play.

It begs the question - is Kentucky back at square one for QB 1?

Coach stoops, saying he's gonna take another look at the position ...

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