UK's 'NASCAR' Offense Stuck In Pit Row

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 4/05/2013 7:18 pm
Just a week away now from the annual Blue-White spring football game at Commonwealth Stadium as Stoops Troops are fighting for starting positions.

On offense, things are fast-pace, high-tempo and energy-driven.  The no-huddle, hurry-up has been nicknamed 'NASCAR', but offensive coordinator Neal Brown is still trying to get the car out of pit row because the Cats are needing way too many tire changes right now.

Receivers are dropping passes, don't know what routes to run and in general aren't being physical enough.

All of which need to become second nature in order for the team to succeed.

So what's Brown's take?  And what does position coach Tommy Mainord need to see happen?

More in the video.

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