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Video: Stoops details tentative spring game plans, Brown talks offense

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Believe it or not, Kentucky is coming down the home stretch of spring football. After the 10th practice of the Mark Stoops era on Friday, UK has just one scrimmage on Saturday and three practices next week before the spring game on April 13.

After a good Friday practice that featured plenty of situational work - including third downs and red zone - Stoops spoke for the first time on the format for the spring game. Plans are by no means finalized, but Stoops says he does expect to split the Wildcats up into teams and have a true scrimmage to encourage competitiveness.

"You know, you want to put on a good performance," Stoops said. "You want to look good for our fans and all of the excitement out there. So you want to make sure you go out there and execute."

As for Maxwell Smith, Patrick Towles and Jalen Whitlow - the three quarterbacks competing to start - they will split reps equally as they have throughout the spring and play for both teams. The first one to see the field will likely be determined by a coin flip.

All that, however, is subject to change, as full details will be announced later.

In the meantime, here are videos of Stoops and offense coordinator Neal Brown's post-practice comments on Friday.



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