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Wednesday Bulldog Football Notebook

Kentucky removed most suspense about their offensive plans by announcing Randall Cobb, the freshman receiver/quarterback, will line up under-center to open this weekend's game. This did not make game-planning for the Bulldog defense any easier, though. They will continue to prepare for both Cobb and sophomore Mike Hartline.

And this is nothing new for Mississippi State, WLB Karlin Brown said. "Every team that we've played had two quarterbacks, one was a passing quarterback, one was a running quarterback. So that's something we've already seen before." It's not that the Bulldogs actually had to play both opposing triggermen or even distinct offensive attacks every outing; Auburn only used one quarterback all game... Recommended Stories

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