Can UK's Air Raid 2.0 Produce One-Year Offensive Turnaround?

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Can UK's Air Raid 2.0 Produce One-Year Offensive Turnaround?
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When Hal Mumme first installed the Air Raid offense for Kentucky's football team in 1997, the result was, arguably, the most dramatic one-season turnaround in UK sports history. In 1996, as the Bill Curry era limped to a close, a ground-hugging Kentucky offense scored a combined 27 points in its first five games. In '97, Mumme's first UK attack scored 28 points in the season's first three quarters.

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