Lorenzen may not best fit for 'Cats' offense
Originally Published: October 22, 2003By Pat Forde | Special to ESPN.com
- Jared Lorenzen remains the starting quarterback of the Wildcats -- but backup Shane Boyd has established himself as the best man for Ron Hudson's offense. That much is clear after Kentucky's last two games. Lorenzen has struggled in Hudson's system, which puts a premium on mobility and does not play to his pocket-passing strengths. When replaced by Boyd after a mild concussion against South Carolina and then after two first-quarter fumbles against Ohio, Lorenzen watched the Wildcats offense function much more crisply.
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