UK football: Wildcats picked for last in SEC East

Herald-Leader Staff ReportJuly 17, 2014 

Kentucky football Coach Mark Stoops walked around as the players stretched Wednesday during spring practice.

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The media that covers Southeastern Conference football is predicting another tough season for the University of Kentucky.

The Wildcats were voted to finish last in the SEC's Eastern Division during Media Days activities Thursday in Hoover, Ala.

Only one team, Arkansas of the Western Division, received fewer votes than UK.

Looking for a ray of hope for UK in the picks? The SEC media has correctly picked the league champion only four times in the past 22 years.

See who the media picked as this year's champion and all of the voting totals on Jennifer Smith's UK football blog.

And stay on top of all of Thursday's SEC Media Days activities and UK coach and player interviews by following Jennifer Smith on Twitter @jenheraldleader.

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