Cats Claim Offense Will Be Better

Cats Claim Offense Will Be Better

After ranking near the bottom in total and scoring offense last season, Kentucky's players say they can already see major improvement in fall camp.
After ranking near the bottom in total and scoring offense last season, Kentucky's players say they can already see major improvement in fall camp.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Senior receiver LaRod King says, "Definitely," when asked if Kentucky's offense will be better than it was a season ago.

The Wildcats averaged about 260 yards and 16 points a game in 2011, which ranked 118 out of 120 football bowl subdivision schools in total offense and 117 in scoring offense.

College pigskin prognosticator Phil Steele predicts UK will have the lowest scoring offense in the country this season.

King the Cats are further along now than they were at this time last year offensively.

Fellow senior receiver E.J. Fields said that he can see a level of confidence in fall camp that was missing from the offense last year.
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