you know what!!! look at my sign in name: bama boy---IN TN.--like i told my pastor--hey,i'm a tn fan all but 3 hrs. a yr. be happy with that.tell those kids to JUST PLAY BALL.don't even look at the scoreboard.let the people see you being the best blocker on the field on that day!!!!!or tackler or fumble coverer or flea-flicker catcher WHAT EVER YOU DO,JUST GO DO IT.on this web site YESTERDAY line #22 on the injury reports was a story of our chad lindsay at center.i told my wife sat.,look at him pointing at the defense,LOOKS LIKE BARRETT JONES,BUT WHEN I READ MRSEC'S back story,i found out he had prepared for YEARS for the chance to answer the call.TELL THEM TO BE PREPARED TO JUST ENJOY A GAME,JUST SHOW EVERYONE WHAT CHA' GOT.
Mark Stoops is not a happy man. The Kentucky football coach “had steam coming out of his ears” when addressing the team Wednesday, according to running back Raymond Sanders. After addressing the team, Stoops let loose with media members present.
“Very unacceptable practice today. Preparation wasn’t good enough, effort wasn’t good enough, attitude wasn’t good enough. Not good enough. Very frustrated. Some guys are looking for a rock to hide under. It’s going to be a very difficult and tough game, and I don’t know if we’re ready for it.
“With that attitude, we’re going to get rolled. And I believe that happened the last time we went down there, right? When guys are looking for a rock, it means that it’s always ‘I just missed it.’ … It’s whatever. Finger pointing. Losing attitude. Looking to hide.
“They don’t know what it takes. We’re going to get it out of them. When, I don’t know. But it’s not OK. It’s not all right.”
Kentucky plays South Carolina Saturday. UK lost 54-3 two years ago in Columbia.