In all honesty, when it comes to match-ups, I don’t think there is one position on the field where Kentucky has the edge over Louisville. There may be one or two that would be considered a push, such as the UK defensive line vs. the UofL offensive line, but overall, Louisville has far more experience and talent on their roster.
With that said, there is one area where the Wildcats could challenge Louisville. The speed of their offense and the two-quarterback combo isn’t something Louisville will likely see for the rest of the season.
“The biggest thing is the speed of the game,” Vance Bedford said following practice on Wednesday. “They go so fast. Neal Brown wants to get a play in every 10 to 15 seconds. That’s hard to defend. It’s hard to get ready for. Our team is in great shape, but it takes two or three series to get used to the speed of the game.”
Sophomore Jalen Whitlow got the start for Kentucky in their season opener against WKU and was less than impressive. This led to sopho...