Kentucky Wildcats line up without left guard to honor late coach John Schlarman


Kentucky honored offensive line coach John Schlarman, who died this week after a long battle with cancer, by lining up without a left guard and taking a penalty on the first play from scrimmage in the Wildcats' 38-35 victory against Vanderbilt on Saturday. Kentucky senior left tackle Landon Young then came in on the next play, wearing Schlarman's No. 65 jersey. (ESPN.com)

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Kentucky Wildcats line up without left guard to honor late coach John Schlarman


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