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10 responses to “10 Things Mark Stoops Said During His Monday Press Conference”

  1. bigblue98

    No more excuses – if Smith isn’t healthy it’s on him and the staff. He shouldn’t play if he’s not ready. Don’t want to hear Stoops talk about how he gave it his all and was banged up.

  2. mothandras

    Stoops gets a pass this year for having TW go down with a season ending injury. Especially if QB2 is hurt as well.

  3. Jesus H. Chrysler

    “Gotta get back to work. Get them prepared to play.” Coach speak for Bull$hit

  4. BluKudzu

    This is it. The make or break for the season whether Stoops wishes to laugh about it or not. Maybe he can get some of the fans to laugh with him after the game next Saturday with a win.

    I know I will be happy to get a W.

  5. BamaBlue

    This is the easiest schedule we will probably ever have. To go from having a top 10 team (Florida) whipped in the 4th quarter to where we are now is disheartening to say the least

  6. N-UR-i

    Stoops has earned a rebuilding year at a doormat program like UK. What he has done is nothing short of miraculous. Especially since his top 2 QB are injured and he put a bakers dozen in the NFL last year.

    1. notFromhere

      Absokutely, yet he’s not resting on it. Never makes the excuse that it’s a rebuilding year, even WITH the QBs being hurt. If they can make a bowl game without Smith being 100%, I’ll be happy.

      Still think they can win the rest of their games if they get healthy and play mistake free football. Time will tell

    2. RAGE

      Really think we can win the rest of our football games??? With UGA still on the schedule!!!!

    3. notFromhere


  7. msnthrop

    4,750,000/525,000 = 9.04 * 30 = 271 dollars for 1/2 of talking…this is all that matters