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Kentucky Wildcats Top Areas for Improvement

NCAA FOOTBALL: NOV 29 Kentucky at Louisville

Coming off back-t0-back 2-10 seasons, the Kentucky Wildcats looked like a different team for the first half of 2014. Unfortunately, Mark Stoops couldn’t keep his troops on the right path, as the team lost its final six games and finished with a 5-7 record.

Despite the late-season collapse, the state of the Kentucky program isn’t quite as bad as it may seem on the surface.

Quarterback Patrick Towles showed signs of becoming a solid starter, as did running back Stanley Williams. The offensive line also returns four starters, though the unit as a whole must progress in terms of production.

Still, the Wildcats have a long way to go before they make serious noise in the SEC. Let’s take a look at Kentucky’s top areas for improvement for the 2015 season.

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