Coach Stoops Heading To Bristol, Conn. For ESPN "Car Wash"

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Updated: 7/20 11:59 pm
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- University of Kentucky football head coach Mark Stoops will spend Monday in Bristol, Conn., on the ESPN Campus conducting a series of interviews to promote the upcoming UK football season as part of ESPN's annual "Car Wash" with Southeastern Conference football head coaches.

Stoops, who will be joined Monday by Hugh Freeze of Ole Miss, Gus Malzahn of Auburn, Les Miles of LSU, Gary Pinkel of Missouri, Mark Richt of Georgia and Derek Mason of Vanderbilt, will spend more than five hours on the ESPN Campus making appearances on multiple television, radio and digital media platforms.

Stoops’ trip around the ESPN campus begins Monday at 10 a.m. ET before concluding around 3 p.m. ET. While on campus, Stoops will participate in photo shoots, podcasts, radio shows and make in-studio appearances on College Football Live and SportsCenter.
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