LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky quarterback AndrDe Woodson and the
rest of the offensive cast are back for a sequel to last year's
breakout season. The Wildcats beat Clemson in the Music City Bowl
in December, the team's first post-season victory in 22 years.
Woodson and his teammates braved sweltering heat and a barrage
of questions today during the annual pre-season media day.
The good news for the Wildcats: this team may be even better
than last season's.
The bad: their schedule could be tougher too. That doesn't
temper the expectations in Kentucky camp.
Coach Rich Brooks says he'd be extremely disappointed if his
team doesn't put itself in position to compete in the Southeastern
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