After his team's 62-42 win over New Mexico State, Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said there are a lot of things to clean up, but he was happy to get the win.
September 18, 2016 08:01 AM
UPDATED September 18, 2016 08:10 AM
Kentucky offensive coordinator Eddie Gran said he did not change the offense after starting quarterback Drew Barker was injured on first series against New Mexico State.
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Kentucky quarterbacks coach Darin Hinshaw talks about the performance of backup quarterback Stephen Johnson, who subbed for the injured Drew Barker and led Kentucky to a 62-42 win over New Mexico State.
Stepping in for the injured Drew Barker, backup quarterback Stephen Johnson led Kentucky to a 62-42 win over New Mexico State.
Kentucky tight end C.J. Conrad, who caught three touchdown passes in win over New Mexico State, said he thought he would be caught from behind on his 72-yard score.
After suffering a stinger early, UK running back Boom Williams rushed for a career-high 181 yards in win over New Mexico State.
Kentucky freshman running back Benny Snell talks to the media after rushing for 136 yards and four touchdowns in win over New Mexico State.
Kentucky's Charles Walker talks about his 65-yard punt return for a touchdown against New Mexico State. It was UK's first punt return score since 2010.
With rain falling outdoors, fans were allowed inside the Nutter Field House to cheer for UK during the Cat Walk before Saturday's game against New Mexico State.
Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops comments on senior linebacker Courtney Love winning the Wuerffel Trophy for community service.
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