Afternoon QB: It’s a Great day to be a Wildcat

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Oct 24, 2013; Starkville, MS, USA; Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Maxwell Smith (11) drops back for a pass during the game against the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Davis Wade Stadium. Mississippi State Bulldogs win the game against Kentucky Wildcats 28-22. Mandatory Credit: Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

 

On the outside, it’s hard to find a lot of positives in looking at a 1-6 football team, but this Kentucky Wildcats team an exception to say the least. These young Cats have continued to improve from game to game after nearly being decimated by injuries, defections and a head coaching change left there roster devoid of experienced college talent.

Not mention the fact that UK has played arguably the most difficult schedule in the country through the first nine weeks of the season. Despite all of this, Mark Stoops and co. have kept a team full of underclassmen and JUCOs motivated and working towards one goal: To get better each and ever game while working hard in practice, in the classroom and in the community to be the best men they can become.

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