UK players won’t let loss get them down – Winchester Sun

Senior defensive lineman Josh Paschal is Kentucky’s inspiring leader, and he says not to worry the Cats will let the 30-13 defeat in Georgia affect how Britain will play in Mississippi State on October 30 after a week of bye .

“We don’t like to lose,” said Paschal. “We’re not used to that now. The mood (after the game) is to work hard and heal our bodies (during the bye week). We are not comfortable with this loss. We’ll recover and be a hungrier team than before. “

Paschal said the players learned that if they lost to number 1 in Georgia, they had to “stand up to adversity.”

“Give them credit. You can’t make mistakes against the number 1, ”said Paschal. “We only had a few missed tasks on our part. It was like that sometimes we hit ourselves.

“We have to learn to react to them and to limit them. We have to go on, go on. When faced with adversity, jump over it. We are blessed to have a bye week to rest our bodies, but at the same time we have to do the work to make sure this doesn’t happen again. “

Kentucky’s recruiting coordinator / tight-end coach Vince Marrow said the team must have this week off before heading to the state of Mississippi.

“Sometimes there is a need to thank the Lord for things that happen and this is the right time (bye-bye week) for us,” Marrow said. “We lost (Octavious) Oxendine and (Marquan) McCall to injuries. (Offensive tackle) Darian Kinnard is going nuts. This is a much needed rest.

“Now we will not step on the gas any more. We’ll be ready to play. We will be ready to move forward. We are still in the right place. I am very curious to see where we stand and what else we can do. “

Marrow believes McCall, a nose guard, could be playing in Mississippi State. He is confident that receiver Josh Ali will be back after missing two games.

New signing Dekel Crowdus, who didn’t play last season due to a foot injury, could also be ready to leave.

“Dekel is moving. I want to say yes (if he plays) but that’s up to the coaches, ”said Marrow.

“Before he was injured, he was like Wan’Dale (Robinson). He was the fastest on the team and we could use that. “

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