Cats Lack Intensity & Consistency

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 8/13/2013 7:34 pm
The football Cats were called out yesterday by head coach Mark Stoops for inconsistency in intensity and tempo in practice.

Today, it's time to hear from the players.

Guys think they"re going all out, but the high performance equipment must be indicating otherwise because Stoops and company are still pushing.

Pushing a team that went 2-10 last year to be better and turn the program back in the right direction.

Right now is clearly a time for adjustment as the coaching staff finds out how to extract more effort from the Cats.

Darrian Miller and Raymond Sanders on hurt feelings after practice in the video.
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