Kentucky OC Shannon Dawson talks about Wildcats' O-Line depth, development

In this AllWildcats Video feature, Kentucky offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson talks about being able to replace several banged-up offensive lineman with backups who did not miss a beat in the Big Blue's 21-13 win over Missouri.

Sophomore Cole Mosier, a former walk-on who has primarily played guard for the Cats, was forced into duty at left tackle when starter Jordan Swindle was injured and Kyle Meadows was holding down right tackle with George Asafo-Adjei also nursing an injury. Mosier drew the blocking assignment on one of the SEC's best pass rushers -- Mizzou defensive end Charles Harris -- and helped keep UK quarterback Patrick Towles quarterback safe throughout the game.

On Saturday, Mosier & Co. will see another outstanding end in the form of EKU's Noah Spence, a former 5-star recruit who transferred to the Colonels from Ohio State.

Hear from both Dawson and Mosier (below) in this AW feature. 




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