Solid Blue Fans Gear Up For Spring Game

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Updated: 4/13/2013 6:53 pm
      More than 40 thousand Solid Blue fans showed up Saturday for the UK Football team's annual spring scrimmage.

     Normally the spring game only draws about four to five thousand.

     Fans excited to see the 'new look Cats' and new head coach Mark Stoops began showing up to tailgate as early as Friday night.


    Many fans are expecting big things from the team this season, however with one of the nation's toughest schedules, those high expectations may have to be tempered.

    The spring scrimmage kicks off at 7pm EDT.

    
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