Stoops Needs More...Everything

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 3/27/2013 7:45 pm
The football Cats are still trying to get things together.  Still trying to get things right.  The Cats though, were dealt a blow as Donte Rumph suffered an injury potentially requiring surgery back on Monday...

Now Kentucky is minus its best defender.  Minus the one guy who brought it every day.  The one guy who stood out after the first few practices on 'D.'  Leaving UK with a big hole to fill.

But this staff won't let guys off easy.  It's been tough going so far.  A lack of effort, lack of intensity and urgency, lack of a lot of things really.  But the new bosses are confident they'll get things turned around...one way or another.

More from Stoops and cornerbacks coach Derrick Ansley in the video.

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