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TAYLOR'S Thoughts: Air Raid Revival at UK

Andre Woodson

In just three games, Kentucky has "passed" the grade on offense, at least through the air. A big question mark heading into the season, Kentucky has experienced somewhat of an air-raid revival it once enjoyed during the Hal Mumme era. "I am extremely pleased with the passing game production," Kentucky coach Rich Brooks said earlier this week.

Brooks has plenty of reason to be pass happy. Through the team's first three games, Kentucky has thrown for 778 yards and is averaging 259.3 yards per game through the air. A variety of factors have contributed to the Wildcats' success with the passing game. For starters, junior quarterback Andre Woodson has lived up to his hype as a legitimate passer and has completed 44-of-78 passes for 72... Recommended Stories

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