Wilcats Looking For Better Passing Numbers Against Florida

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Kentucky's loss to Louisville on Saturday
wasn't all bad for the Wildcats; it showed an improvement in the
team's passing game which had been near the bottom of the nation's
rankings.

Head coach Joker Phillips says it will have to keep getting
better if his team wants any chance at beating Florida on Saturday.

Kentucky's running game was woeful Saturday without starter
Raymond Sanders, running for just 35 yards on 32 carries. It
doesn't help Kentucky that the Gators rank first in the country in
rush defense -- they've given up just 30.7 rushing yards per game in
three games.

Wide receivers coach Tee Martin, who is also the Wildcats'
passing game coordinator, says Florida's defense is challenging
because of its talent and speed among defensive linemen and
linebackers.
(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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