LEXINGTON - His offensive line didn't block the way he wanted and the running backs didn't always run as hard, or into the right hole, as he wanted.
Yet Kentucky coach Rich Brooks found another group to also blame for Kentucky's anemic 63 yards rushing in Sunday's 27-2 win at Louisville.
"Our backs have to hit the hole, and not guess where it will be, and run into the pile," said Brooks Tuesday. "But our receivers have to block. Everybody talks about the passing game, but hell, those receivers have to block. We didn't get a lot of that. You don't get long runs unless someone is down the field tying up DBs (defensive backs)."
Cobb glad to be with quarterbacks
Kentucky freshman Randall Cobb had three catches in his collegiate debut at Louisville. However, he was glad he was with the quarterbacks, and not the receivers, when the game tape was reviewed Monday.