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Rarely is a "season of renewal" as fitting a description as spring practice is for the University of Kentucky football team.
The Wildcats opened spring drills Wednesday on a mild, sunny morning at their Nutter practice facility.
The Cats lost offensive "skill" players Andre Woodson, Rafael Little, Keenan Burton, Steve Johnson and Jacob Tamme, among others.
On the other side of the line, leading tackler Wesley Woodyard is the biggest loss.
Coming off back-to-back Music City Bowl victories, Coach Rich Brooks has no thought of slipping in 2008.
He says the program has come a long way in the past two years, but that the journey is not over. He says he would be "very disappointed" if UK does not secure a third straight bowl trip, and if it falls shy of what the team did last year