Football Cats Watching Soap Operas?!?

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Updated: 10/21/2013 7:03 pm
It's been a good two weeks for the football Cats to prepare for Miss State, but things will be slightly different this week as the team hits the road Wednesday for just its second true away game.

Usually, the Cats are still in town Wednesday so it'll be different to head out mid-week.

Then of course comes the mental adjustment to playing on a Thursday night after a bye week.

But all-in-all, things will be about the same, just little differences and nuances for the team to handle.

Hear from Mark Stoops on one of the most surprising and unlikely ones in the video.
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