Cats Can't Turn It Over Against Gators

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 9/24/2013 6:56 pm
The football Cats are currently tied for 100th in turnover margin in the nation.

UK has yet to pick off a pass this season on defense...and at times struggles to get turnovers when the team has the opportunity to do so.

Deflections and bounced balls fall to the turf instead of in players arms and that certainly hasn't helped the Cats win games early.

On the other hand, Mark Stoops said if there's one thing his team cannot do this Saturday...it's turn the ball over to Gators.

Hear from Stoops in the video.

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