EXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Coach Rich Brooks has a message for any
Kentucky fans who may be disillusioned by their team's lukewarm
offensive showing in Sunday's 27-2 victory over Louisville.
That message: Defense is fun to watch too.
Kentucky's defense dominated the Cardinals. Especially effective
was defensive tackle Myron Pryor, who picked up a fumble and
rambled 72 yards down the field for a touchdown. On Monday, Pryor
was named the Southeastern Conference player of the year. It was
the first time a UK lineman had won the honor since 1992.
The Wildcats open their home season Saturday against Norfolk
State. Kentucky will be the huge favorite. However, Brooks says
Norfolk's four-linebacker defense could give his offensive line
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