Kentucky Wildcat Football: Spring Goals for each position group

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October 1, 2011; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Maxwell Smith (11) against the LSU Tigers during the third quarter at Tiger Stadium. LSU defeated Kentucky 35-7. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE

The spring session is one of the team’s best opportunities to get better. No game planning allows the staff to focus on improving each player and each position group. Since I don’t have time to break down what each individual needs to do to improve, today’s post will focus on each offensive position. I’ll do the defense this Sunday.

Goal: Find an SEC caliber starter.
The truth of the matter right now is that Kentucky doesn’t have a starting quarterback. Maxwell Smith showed promise in his freshman season, but a healthy Morgan Newton could seriously complicate things. Add to that, that wonder-boy Patrick Towles will arrive this summer to throw his hat in the ring, and there are a lot of cooks in the kitchen. Injuries happen, and there’s no way to predict them, but the offense needs a single QB to get behind and for the scheme to be built around.

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