UK Football Report: Playmakers

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Updated: 4/22/2012 11:54 pm
UK's Spring football practice may be over, but Joker still needs his guys to work out plenty of kinks during the summer.

One guy who consistently made plays for the team during scrimmages this spring, sophomore wide receiver DeMarco Robinson, says he's not satisfied with where the offense is, but happy for now.

Check out a quick update of the Cats spring practice and tune in throughout the week on ABC 36 News at 6 and 11 for plenty of Solid Blue coverage and full breakdowns of the Cats as they head into the off-season.
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