Patrick Towles takes the blame for the offense's second half collapse

Patrick Towles takes the blame for the offense's second half collapse

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© Mark Zerof | Getty You have to give it to Patrick Towles; he didn't hesitate to shoulder the blame for Kentucky's second half collapse. When asked what the difference was between the offense in the first half and the second, he pointed to himself. "Me, I think. I've just gotta make better throws and be consistent. We hit some early, we hit a couple late, but not as much as we wanted to. They were giving us really good looks to throw the ball down the field, but I've got to be more consistent for sure." Ultimately, a win is a win, and it's a lot better to learn from one of those than a loss. Right? "We won. We'll take the win, will never take those for granted. It was a good football team that's been to four straight bowl games. We'll move on and be ready for South Carolina." There you go. More coming in a bit... https://youtu.be/bmTUEvAj65I

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