Vanderbilt Focusing On Cobb

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky coach Rich Brooks says the
explosive impact true freshman Randall Cobb had against Georgia
last weekend might be negated when Kentucky (6-4, 2-4 Southeastern
Conference) takes on Vanderbilt on Saturday.
Brooks had said he felt Georgia wasnt ready for the Wildcats
new spread offense and Cobb as a running quarterback. As a result,
the freshman was able to grab 187 total yards, including 82 yards
on the ground, and three touchdowns in just his second start at
Brooks said he doesn't expect the Commodores (5-4, 2-3) to be
caught off guard now that they have plenty of film to prepare for
The weather for the game will also be a major factor, Brooks
added, with temperatures expected in the mid 30s with wet and
windy conditions for the 8 p.m. EST kickoff. Brooks said he expects
a defensive game as a result. Vanderbilt and Kentucky rank sixth
and seventh respectively in total defense in the Southeastern

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