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Kentucky's pass offense is 18th nationally through two weeks (317 yards/game) and Maxwell Smith is 24th nationally in total offense (313.5 yards/game):
It's so nice to finally see us have the ability to put some points on the board again!
"Apparently the University of Kentucky basketball dynasty is to continue forever." - Philadelphia Inquirer, December 23 1954.
I'm not going out on a limb, but I believe Maxwell Smith will break a lot of records before his career is over. He is so accurate and poised in the pocket. Kid has a lot of intangibles.
Pretty remarkable to see Kentucky near the top in passing after the abysmal year we had last year throwing the ball. Even though we are only 2 games into the season the difference is night and day in every facet of the passing game
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If Max is this good as a sophomore how awesome will he be as a senior....
"Kentucky Football needs to be and will be a championship contender in the SEC."~Mitch Barnhart 11/4/12
I loved how he went to his 2nd & 3rd options in the first two games. This also says a lot about the O-line's protection.
^ this!! This is the kind of offensive line play that we were all expecting last year before injuries depleted it.Mitchell has really impressed me and surprised me.
Max Smith is only going to keep getting better and better. Unreal how a sophomore has that clock in his head..to go along with a lightning fast release and accurate strong arm. As Smith gets more reps, more practice and develops his timing and communication on hot routes, audibles..the sky is the limit for this offense. We are doing a good job running the ball in key downs..and Smith is doing as good a job as anyone at check-downs and not forcing bad throws.
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