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26 minutes ago, Jason Bucklen said:

UT has more talent than UK they just don’t have the most important position on the field. A QB, he has killed them the past two games. 

I don't think they are any more talented. UK better on both lines, better at RB, LB is pretty even, UK seems better in the Secondary, UT probably has better receivers but I don't see any other position group where UT is more talented.

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Does UK have the best defense in the SEC?

 

There I questioned it and might be convinced to say it.

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2 minutes ago, cincyswords said:

Does UK have the best defense in the SEC?

 

There I questioned it and might be convinced to say it.

No, but they can play like the best from time to time.

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41 minutes ago, Jason Bucklen said:

UT has more talent than UK they just don’t have the most important position on the field. A QB, he has killed them the past two games. 

Don’t believe I agree that Tennessee has better talent, I think UK is the second best team in the East behind Georgia and maybe 3rd best team in SEC, should easily be 4-0

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12 minutes ago, cincyswords said:

Does UK have the best defense in the SEC?

 

There I questioned it and might be convinced to say it.

No, Georgia does. 

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UT doesn’t have more talent.  Stoops doesn’t have a superstar this year but he has a well rounded team on both sides of the ball.

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1 hour ago, cincyswords said:

Does UK have the best defense in the SEC?

 

There I questioned it and might be convinced to say it.

I think Georgia does. I believe Alabama's is top tier when it matters (and that Ole Miss game didn't really matter). Surprisingly, Arkansas has looked very good on defense so far.

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12 hours ago, John Anthony said:

UT doesn’t have more talent.  Stoops doesn’t have a superstar this year but he has a well rounded team on both sides of the ball.

I disagree with you but the scoreboard says other wise. 

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13 hours ago, Jumper_Dad said:

I don't think they are any more talented. UK better on both lines, better at RB, LB is pretty even, UK seems better in the Secondary, UT probably has better receivers but I don't see any other position group where UT is more talented.

I disagree but the scoreboard says otherwise. 

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12 hours ago, John Anthony said:

UT doesn’t have more talent.  Stoops doesn’t have a superstar this year but he has a well rounded team on both sides of the ball.

If UT had a Qb.... oh never mind this game wasn’t fun to watch. 

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13 hours ago, 16thBBall Fan said:

Don’t believe I agree that Tennessee has better talent, I think UK is the second best team in the East behind Georgia and maybe 3rd best team in SEC, should easily be 4-0

No way UK beats the Gators. I think UT has better talent but they didn’t prove that yesterday. UT has a top ten recruiting class coming in so the future is bright in Knoxville. 

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4 hours ago, Jason Bucklen said:

I disagree with you but the scoreboard says other wise. 

It’s ok to disagree.  Stoops has simply had a lot more time to recruit.

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Looks like Jeremy Pruitt found a scapegoat for the loss Saturday by firing defensive line coach Jimmy Brumbaugh.

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Always great to beat Tennessee in anything.

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