Kentucky football coach Rich Brooks thinks Saturday's opponent - Kent State - will offer more of a challenge for his team, especially on defense. What is his view of the Golden Flashes?
"They have a very active quarterback (Julian Edelman), both runner and thrower. He's a good runner and a very good thrower. They have a huge offensive line to help the quarterback run the option, the quarterback draw and the quarterback run game as well as the perimeter, and the play-action and drop-back passing game. They are pretty similar to our passing game, as they give a lot of sets with three receivers and one tight end. They spread the field. Their running back (Eugene Jarvis) just looks like a water bug in there. He's 5'5", 170 pounds and he's just scary. He may not go where the play is designed, so the whole defense has to be aware that if the play doesn't go their way, it may come back to them at any moment. So offensively they're a challenge for us. Their receivers are good blockers on the perimeters as well as being good receivers."