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By LARRY VAUGHT
Kentucky senior running back Raymond Sanders says not to worry about a team letdown because of the four-game skid and 1-5 overall record after Saturday’s loss to No. 1 Alabama.
“We’re going to have a lot of fight. I can tell you that,” Sanders said. “We’re going to call people out who’s not giving 100 percent every play, no matter the score. We’re going to see that.
“We’re definitely not going to be a team that gives up. We’ve got a whole new season and me and some other guys are going to make sure of that, call people out after this film and see who wants to play and who wants to play the whole game and give 100 percent for the team to win.”