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Cole Cubelic is back with more rankings you will like

Drew Franklin5 months

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Yesterday Cole Cubelic caught your attention with his predictions for the order of finish in the Southeastern Conference's East and West football divisions. High on the Cats, Cubelic picked Kentucky to finish second behind Georgia in the East, ahead of likely preseason top-10 Florida and the other conference rivals. If you missed it, here is how Cubelic sees the East:

1. Georgia 2. Kentucky 3. Florida 4. Missouri 5. South Carolina 6. Tennessee 7. Vanderbilt

Well now Cole is back with more preseason love for your Wildcats, this time for the Big Blue Wall. He released his top five offensive lines in the entire SEC and UK claimed the top spot over Texas A&M, Alabama, LSU and Ole Miss, in that order. https://twitter.com/colecubelic/status/1417929857607127047 Earlier today Cubelic talked offensive tackles with Nick Roush down at SEC Media Days. https://youtu.be/JlnjToQRJjE?t=62 Also from SEC Media Days, KSR learned Luke Fortner is the frontrunner to be the starting center for a very experienced and talented Big Blue Wall. Fortner moved over to center from guard toward the end of spring practice and Stoops spoke highly of the sixth-year senior's transition. "A lot like Drake, he has experience, the leadership that you know he has. He’s given us a big spark there. We also have a lot of confidence in Quintin (Wilson) as well, so we’ll just see where it goes, but we have some options.” Read that story: Luke Fortner emerges as the frontrunner to replace Drake Jackson as Kentucky’s center

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