Spring Football - Running Backs and Need For Speed

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Updated: 3/25/2013 12:06 am
While the wildcat women are in the final throes of their season, football is just hitting the ground running. Or should we say passing? Now with the air raid system in place, how much will UK's running back's be involved in the offense?

Seniors Raymond Sanders and Jonathan George expected to receive the lions share of carries. But what about Dyshawn Mobley? Not to mention Josh Clemons, who missed all of last season with a knee injury. UK offensive coordinator Neal Brown, looking for his backs to think quicker on their feet.


Speed. It can't be taught. But in the sec, you better learn - quickly - how to hide your tortoises against all the hares in the conference.

Everyone already knows the sec is not only the best conference in all the land, but also the fastest. Cats, too often left in the dust over the last few seasons. Are the cats be up to speed this year? Stoops says, not so fast ...

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