Not So Sunny Spring For UK Football

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Updated: 3/25/2013 7:54 pm
The football Cats won't look dramatically different next season then they did last year...at least not the names on jerseys anyway.

The hope?  The new staff can get more out of the current players and add in some depth with the latest recruits.

Reality right now?  That's not looking good.

Stoops troops didn't perform well at today's fifth spring practice.

In fact, today was clearly frustrating for Stoops, who was a little hoarse when he met with the media and said he doesn't buy the whole, "I'm still learning the new system," approach from his guys.

More from Stoops and Neal Brown in the video.
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