Cobb could see more snaps at QB

Kentucky used the Wildcat formation that shifts Randall Cobb from receiver to quarterback only three times against Miami.

Kentucky used the Wildcat formation that shifts Randall Cobb from receiver to quarterback only three times against Miami. The first play Derrick Locke took a hand-off from Cobb and scored on a sweep and on the third play Cobb ran for a touchdown himself.

"From week to week plays could be added and plays could be put on the shelf depending on who we are playing," Brooks said. "We could use it eight to 10 snaps a game."

Cobb was reluctant to say much about what other plays UK might use or what could lie ahead for the formation after the win Saturday.

Brooks said he didn't tell Cobb not to talk, and he didn't think Joker Phillips, head coach of the offense, had either.

"Maybe he (Cobb) wants to make it sound mysterious," Brooks said.


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