LEMOND: No one happy with practice today - no one

Day five of Kentucky's spring football practice was not a good one. Nobody was happy about the way the Cats practiced on Wednesday - not the coaches, not the players, nobody.

Day five of Kentucky's spring football practice was not a good one. Nobody was happy about the way the Cats practiced on Wednesday - not the coaches, not the players, nobody.

"The offense looked like we were back in pee wee league again," said running back Arliss Beach. "We were messing up, not knowing who to block and stuff. We'll get back on the right track."

Beach admitted that the defense looked pretty good, but tight end Jacob Tamme echoed Beach's thoughts about the offense.

"Not much of the offense was good today," Tamme said. "We just didn't execute like we have in the previous practices. We've got to come back and fix it on Friday."

Receiver Keenan Burton said head coach Rich Brooks was very upset with his offensive unit, but Burton said he had a good reason why.

"He wasn't mad because we were bad or average, he was mad because we didn't compete," Burton said. "He (Brooks) wants us to come out and compete every day - to work hard and work on the things we don't know and not make mental mistakes."

The Cats will try to get it right again at their next practice session on Friday, and then again in their controlled scrimmage Saturday at 11:00 at Commonwealth Stadium.


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