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How Much Will JUCO's Help UK Football?

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Updated: 12/18/2013 10:12 pm
It may be basketball season but there was some big football news today for Mark Stoops and company.

The Cats nabbed two new troops from the junior college ranks.  Defensive tackle Cory Johnson and cornerback A.J. Stamps picked UK over the likes of Miami (FL), Texas Tech and Ohio State.

Tough work for the Cats staff to pull it all together.  Nothing's ever a done deal until the paperwork is in and then of course the kids actually get to campus, but the JUCO's picked up today should help Kentucky immediately next season as they get to campus a full semester early in the spring.

Hear from Stoops in the video.
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