Stoops Just "TCB" This Week

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 10/30/2013 7:21 pm
Mark Stoops and the football Cats are focused on taking care of business this week.

The main point of emphasis from the staff to the players and media, this team has to play smarter...not necessarily harder.

And by eliminating mental mistakes and penalties, the Cats could put themselves into good position to get back in the win column versus a solid Alabama State squad...hopefully with Jalen Whitlow at QB for the entire game.

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