Tag Archives: Randy Sanders
With college football around the corner, here’s some pre-season research. Interesting factoid: Kentucky has not had a 1,000-yard rusher since 2007. Rafael Little gained 1,013 yards on the ground for Rich Brooks that season, the second season the running back … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Tuesday: Randy Sanders wore a championship smile, as ESPN’s Holly Rowe tweeted a post-game picture last night of the Florida State assistant coach. Good for Randy. The former UK offensive coordinator took far too many knocks … Continue reading
Here is the BCS National Championship press conference today with the Florida State offense, including quarterbacks coach Randy Sanders, who was UK’s offensive coordinator up until this season. “You asked has his life changed?,” said Sanders of quarterback Jameis Winston … Continue reading
According to the current NCAA stats, the No. 2 quarterback in all the nation in pass efficiency is Jameis Winston of Florida State. And just who happens to be Florida State’s quarterbacks coach? A fellow by the name of Randy … Continue reading
AP photo/James Crisp Big Blue Links for Sunday: – John Calipari talked basketball at his Kentucky Speedway appearance last night. Mark Story reports that Calipari said if last season’s other two UK freshmen, Willie Cauley-Stein and Alex Poythress, had not decided … Continue reading
If it’s Tuesday it’s Kentucky football coordinator Tuesday. Here’s the boss of the offense, Randy Sanders.
On Coordinator Tuesday, UK offensive boss Randy Sanders talked to the media about preparing for Georgia on Saturday.
There are few things in football more overrated than play-calling, yet there are apparently those among the unhappy Kentucky faithful taking the easy way out and banging on Randy Sanders’ decisions on Saturday, especially Patrick Towles’ second series at quarterback … Continue reading
After Tuesday’s practice, UK offensive coordinator Randy Sanders talked about Maxwell Smith’s injury and the team’s two true freshmen quarterbacks, Jalen Whitlow and Patrick Towles.