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October 23, 2012 9:03 PM

John Clay: Kentucky quarterbacks deserve do-over amid season of injuries, follies

Veteran offensive coach Randy Sanders was asked whether he has ever, in all his years of coaching, seen a season at the quarterback position like this one. Sanders remembered Tennessee in 2004, then said, "Not quite like this."

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