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Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Mark Stoops is well aware that expectations change when you're entering your fifth year at a program, as he is at Kentucky. "People are tired of hearing you're getting better," he said. "It's about wins and losses." The Wildcats broke through for their first bowl berth under Stoops last season and return their starting QB Stephen Johnson.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Kentucky Mark Stoops said he was "shocked" when his brother Bob called him and informed him that he was retiring from coaching at Oklahoma. "I have mixed emotions about it still, but I'm proud of him." He said he found out about it while walking around Kentucky's practice facility.
Kentucky coach Mark Stoops and several of his players are scheduled to take the podium Wednesday. Coverage begins at 10 a.m. ET on SEC Network/WatchESPN.
SEC media days mean that college football is just around the corner. Here are some of the storylines to watch out for during the event.
Jones on Bednarik Award watch list
The SEC is well represented on the preseason Bednarik Award watch list with 14 players, including Kentucky LB Jordan Jones. The honor is given to the nation's top defensive player.
The Tide looks ready for another playoff run, but first they'll have to survive the SEC. Can an experienced Auburn team challenge in the West? Can Florida get to another title game from the East? Here's how the conference is shaping up.
After a (sort of) down year, the SEC is loaded again in 2017. But the ACC and Big Ten are right there. So which league enters 2017 as the deepest in the country?
Injuries are an unfortunate reality of the game. Here's a look at 10 key SEC players who are looking to bounce back from tough 2016 injuries.
Among SEC East questions: Will Florida finally have a consistently good quarterback? Can Kentucky, Missouri and South Carolina find a pass rush?
They're not the stars of their SEC teams, but these guys could make a big impact in 2017.
The Kentucky quarterback outshined the eventual Heisman winner in their meeting last fall. He racked up a career-high 421 yards and three touchdowns.
If SEC East teams could add a player from any other conference squads to get them to the next level, who would it be? We make our picks here.
The top secondary duo resides at Alabama in Minkah Fitzpatrick and Ronnie Harrison, but Georgia and Kentucky also have dynamic tandems.