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August 24, 2014 12:00 AM

Thanks to agents of change, Kentucky football can sense a tougher culture seeping in

From players to coaches to performance coordinator, the Cats can sense a fresh toughness seeping in. The head coach has tried to explain it on the summer speaking circuit and in interviews. He hopes fans will start to understand it better when they see plays on the field and rising grade-point averages. Stoops hopes that the culture shift is one from a team that has been in the sub-flooring of the Southeastern Conference to a team that is shouting about its success from the rooftops.

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