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By Orrin G. Hatch
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Topic - Brandon Doughty
Western Kentucky showed off a potent offensive attack in its first spring game under new coach Jeff Brohm on Saturday.
Western Kentucky's third straight spring with a different coach has at least included some familiarity.
Western Kentucky has turned the ball over five times in a span of six plays from scrimmage in the first quarter of its game with Tennessee.
"Last year, we were really trying to learn everything and this year it's so much smoother," Doughty said. "We're going through the same offense and the same type of things. I think the game is slowing down for us. We're not having to think about what we're doing, we're thinking about defenses and not where our guys are going to be."
"With coach Brohm, I was with him and he was in meetings every single day," Doughty said. "You knew exactly what he wanted, and knew exactly what he was doing and exactly why he was calling certain things just because we had that interaction all last year."