Mark Stoops claps back at Roman Harper's comment calling Kentucky 'soft'
Mark Stoops and Kentucky’s defense took note of Roman Harper’s Kentucky-Florida prediction.
While on the Paul Finebaum show, Harper predicted that Florida would beat Kentucky. He even called the Wildcats soft.
“Going into the season everybody had Kentucky above Florida,” Harper said on the Paul Finebaum Show. “I probably did too, but after one game I’m completely off of that. I’m completely off of that,” Harper said. “Florida is going to win this game, and I think they’re going to win it pretty handily too. It’s going to look dominant. I’m not trending toward a blowout, but it is in The Swamp and they do play better, they do play differently. Use me as ammo, if you need it, I’m feeding it to you right now, Kentucky Wildcats, but if you want to win this game, you’ve got to stop Florida up front. Kentucky looked a little softer, I hate using the word softer, but they were not as physical running the football.”
So, after physically beating the Florida Gators Saturday night 26-16, what’s the first thing Stoops said to his team? You guessed it.
— Cody Couch (@Couch_29) September 11, 2022
Kentucky physically hammered Florida Saturday night, and the one thing this Kentucky team isn’t is soft.