Joker: "Team Hasn't Quit"

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Updated: 10/21/2012 6:46 pm
UK dropped to 1-7 after Saturday night's 29-24 loss to Georgia.

And while Solid Blue fans aren't seeing results on the scoreboard when the game is over, Joker says his team has never quit.

Freshman QB Jalen Whitlow said following the game that there's much more outside of football to dwell on and the team has to get past yet another defeat.

Junior running back Raymond Sanders meanwhile, who wore number 26 in honor of injured tailback CoShik Williams, said not getting a win for your brothers is tough to swallow.

Check out the video for more from all three guys!
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