Tag Archives: Mark Stoops
After having several commits flip to other schools, Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops was asked Wednesday if the team’s poor finish hurt recruiting. He says he doesn’t believe so, but he does he is in favor of an early singing … Continue reading
Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops had a press conference Monday, and here some news/notes/observations. 1. Ryan Timmons will miss spring practice after undergoing shoulder and ankle surgeries. Stoops complimented the sophomore wide receiver for playing through those injuries during the … Continue reading
Maybe no one has written as extensively on the Air Raid offense as Chris Brown, the Louisville native who runs the Smart Football web site and has written the “Essential Smart Football” and has contributed to Grantland. If you want … Continue reading
Appearing on Kentucky Sports Radio on Thursday morning, Mark Stoops could not talk about the hiring of West Virginia’s Shannon Dawson as offensive coordinator because of legal issues, but gave some insight as to his thinking. “I wanted some carryover,” … Continue reading
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With Neal Brown exiting Kentucky to become the head coach at Troy, the focus now turns to which direction Mark Stoops will turn to hire his next offensive coordinator.
Post-game videos of Mark Stoops, Neal Brown, Patrick Towles and Bud Dupree after Kentucky’s 44-40 loss at Louisville.
Big Blue Links for Friday: Illinois women upset Kentucky 77-71 in the Paradise Jam, reports Herald-Leader. Matthew Mitchell’s team fell behind 17-5 and never recovered, losing for the first time this season. UK plays Oklahoma today. John Calipari’s Cats showed … Continue reading
After practice today, Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops talked about teaching his team the history of the UK-U of L rivalry. The two teams play Saturday at noon at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville. Stoops was also asked about … Continue reading
The media and the fans push the rivalry angle of Saturday’s Kentucky-Louisville football game, but at his weekly football press luncheon on Monday, UK coach Mark Stoops was having none of it.