Here’s Kentucky coach Mark Stoops at his weekly press luncheon today, talking about the good and bad from last Saturday’s thumping of Tennessee-Martin and this Saturday’s 3:30 p.m. game with visiting Ohio.
Three quick impressions from Mark Stoops’ weekly press conference/luncheon, this one on Labor Day, previewing Saturday’s game against Ohio.
Big Blue Links for Monday:
If we could bottle Saturday we certainly would. We would happily hit the copy and paste buttons on Kentucky’s 59-14 smashing of UT-Martin so that grid excellence would be an expected weekly guest and we’d all be pricing flights for our bowl game reservations.
Saturday represented one game, the first game, but it was an impressive game nonetheless. Nothing exists in a vacuum, certainly not college football, the sport Kentucky has traditionally found hardest to master.
So after successive two-win seasons, achieving a victory on your first attempt at a victory and achieving it with such ease is sure to be of scrapbook quality.
Taking a look at how Kentucky’s receivers did on Saturday:
Kentucky true freshman defensive tackle Matt Elam, the heralded Matt Elam, the rather large Matt Elam, talks about his debut in Blue on Saturday.
Surely you’ve had one of those beautiful days where everything is perfect, where the sun is shining and the birds are singing, where the good stuff is better than you had hoped and the not-as-good stuff is the kind of stuff that tends to make things better in the future.
Of late, Kentucky football hasn’t had many of those days.
It had one Saturday.