Kentucky football: Class dismissed on ULM so what grades do Wildcats get?

Kentucky's Wan'Dale Robinson
Kentucky's Wan'Dale Robinson /
3 of 3
Kentucky football
Kentucky’s Wan’Dale Robinson /

Special Teams: A

I’ll award an A here just because there wasn’t much to grade on.

It was the punting debut of Wilson Berry, but both of his kicks were not where Kentucky had to have him bail them out unlike numerous times in past years where Max Duffy was required to boom 60 yarders. Berry averaged 35.5 on his kicks. We will wait to give him an honest grade next week.

Matt Ruffolo was money again on field goals and extra points putting all six PATs through and was good on the 45-yard field goal.

Kentucky only fielded two kickoffs for a total of 28 yards and three punts for nine.

Coaching: A

Ok, I would have given an A+ here but the disastrous opening possessions knocked down their grade.

Without a doubt, the coaching change at offensive coordinator was needed and Stoops went out and found the right guy in Coen that has ignited and energized an offense that was potent and balanced.

White, in his third year at Kentucky, did a great job getting his guys to clean things up after the first ULM drive.

It’s hard to find much fault with all the coaches, but now we will see how they prepare for a more formidable foe in Missouri this week.

Next. Wildcats come out ahead of SEC winners/losers. dark