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Kemp Has 'Killer' Instinct

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 8/14/2013 7:26 pm
The quarterback battle is starting to shake out as Mark Stoops and Neal Brown get a better idea of who is who and who can do what.

But it's a strong possibility the media won't be told the starting quarterback until after the Western game.

Coach Brown said today, "Why tell Western, let them figure it out."

Leading us to another battle...at least figuratively that broke out during practice today as Coach Stoops talked about his freshman running back JoJo Kemp and his effort and intensity levels day-in and day-out.

More in the video on the back's 'killer' knife-in-sock mentality.

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