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By LARRY VAUGHT
It’s not easy for any coach to find a silver lining when his team loses. It’s just not the way coaches are, and certainly Mark Stoops is no different.
However, the Kentucky coach did acknowledge after Saturday’s game that UK was improving.
“We made some steps. Like I told the team, we’re never going to accept losing and all that. I could give that whole same speech and everything like that,” Stoops said. ” It’s hard for me to say that. When you look at it, it’s all said and done, there were probably a bunch of yards in there. But we had a bunch of stops against a very good team. I think there were five or six stops against a very good team.
“We have to continue to fight, finish, learn how to win, make plays when the game’s on the line, so…”