Stoops 'disappointed in the effort' at UK practice

jsmith3@herald-leader.comAugust 6, 2014 

Kentucky Wildcats head coach Mark Stoops, right, with defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot, saw their team lose to Vanderbilt on Saturday.

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University of Kentucky football head coach Mark Stoops and defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot answered questions from the media after Wednesday morning's practice, the third since the Wildcats opened camp.

Clearly, neither coach was happy with what he saw.

When asked if he saw anything he liked Wednesday, Stoops said, “No, I didn’t. Hopefully when I turn on the film there will be some things. Didn’t feel like it. Let’s put it that way. The film sometimes is never as bad or as good as you think, so we’ll see. I hope that holds true today.”

Read more from Stoops and Eliot here.

Video: Stoops discusses Wednesday's UK practice.

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