Solid Blue Sports Report 11.02.13

Reported by: Keenan Singleton
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Updated: 11/02/2013 7:32 pm
It's homecoming week for the football cats, and, as custom, it lends the program's best opportunity for a victory against lower level FCS opponent Alabama State.

But is Kentucky's second win of the season all but guaranteed?

Not according to UK offensive coordinator Neal Brown, who has a bit of history with Alabama State in his days at nearby Troy.

Warning his charges that this game and this environment, not too big for the Hornets.

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