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Measuring Success Against Bama

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 10/11/2013 7:02 pm
Alabama is a 27-point favorite over Kentucky in tomorrow's game.

Solid Blue fans have bought up almost every ticket available for the big showdown with the Crimson Tide but that doesn't mean they expect to see the upset.

Both teams will still kick it off at 7 eastern...but the only way to measure success isn't necessarily by beating Bama for the Cats.

It's a tall order and a tough task.  The stat you can point for that?  QB AJ McCarron has more national titles than losses...3-2.

So while a win would be great...it's not how Mark Stoops will gauge his team's progress.

Hear from Stoops in the video.

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