Spring practice has yet to begin in Lexington but the momentum toward Kentucky’s upcoming camp has been hit.

That’s because Mark Stoops’ program has paused all team activities due to COVID. This news was first reported by Justin Rowland of Rivals.

The good news is the current pause is not expected to last very long and should not alter plans for the team’s upcoming spring camp.

Kentucky was one of only two teams in the Southeastern Conference (South Carolina was the other) that did not have to reschedule or lose a football game due to COVID issues last fall.

That speaks highly of the program’s ability to follow protocols and handle these uncertain times as best as possible, something that will likely help the Wildcats as they prepare for the upcoming spring game in Lexington.