Familiar Foe

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Updated: 9/21/2013 8:04 pm
Kentucky football, getting a week off. Cats, 1-2 after losing the Governor's Cup to Louisville a week ago today. Besides the homecoming game against Alabama State on Nov. 2 - nonconference play over for UK.

So it's time to boldly venture into the biggest, baddest conference of them all - the SEC. first up - those Florida Gators.

Cats haven't beaten Florida since 1986. Lucky for Kentucky, they brought in two men with plenty of tape on the Gainesville gang. Mark Stoops and DJ Eliot - both imported from rival Florida State in the offseason.

Caught up with the two coaches after practice this week - here're their thoughts on Florida week.

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