LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky head coach Rich Brooks is using his team's rare appearance in the national spotlight to highlight the talents of his two top skill players.
Brooks said after practice yesterday that he believes quarterback Andre Woodson and halfback Rafael Little should be in the conversation when discussing the best players in the country.
Woodson threw for 275 yards and three touchdowns in last Saturday's 40-to-34 win over Louisville while Little ran for 151 yards.
The win propelled the Wildcats back into the Associated Press poll for the first time in over 22 years. The Cats are ranked 21st heading into Saturday's game at Arkansas.