Kentucky coach Mark Stoops says "no room for BS" between Wildcats, Colonels this week

In this AllWildcats Video feature, Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops addresses the off-season incident between a group of UK and EKU players that left one person hospitalized and led to a police investigation.

Kentucky quarterback Drew Barker, wide receiver Dorian Baker and defensive lineman Tymere Dubose were among the Wildcats involved in a January altercation that began in a Richmond nightclub and eventually worked its way to an EKU dormitory.

Former UK defensive lineman Patrick Graffree, who had transferred to EKU, was caught on a dorm security camera knocking Barker to the ground with a punch to the head which eventually led to his suspension from the program. EKU offensive lineman Colton Scurry, deemed the aggressor in the incident by a Richmond Police Department investigation, was injured in the initial confrontation and spent time in the hospital. Both players were reinstated by EKU coach Dean Hood this summer.

Stoops says he will address the situation with his team entering practice today and will have "no tolerance" for any issues this week or during the game Saturday.

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