Stoops Growing Tired of Redundancy

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Updated: 10/28/2013 7:12 pm
The second half of the season for the football Cats was supposed to be easier than the first half.

But it started off the same way UK ended 5 of the first 6 games this year...with a loss.

Leaving head coach Mark Stoops frustrated with the lack of execution...again.

Effort is no longer the problem according to Stoops, but getting the team to just make routine plays, is still a daunting task.

Like a third down sack turned touchdown on Mississippi State's first drive last Thursday.

It's old hat, and it's getting old for the Cats staff.

Hear from Stoops on that in the video.

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