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VAUGHT: Archer likes extra practice time

No one is probably happier to have more time to spend practicing than Kentucky defensive coordinator Mike Archer. His unit did not live up to its preseason expectations most of the season before playing its best overall game of the year in the final regular season game at Tennessee.

Now Archer is busy trying to fine tune the defense even more this month with the additional practice time the Wildcats have because they are playing Clemson in the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl Dec. 29. "I think the extra practice time is invaluable. You can work on fundamentals and stress tackling and... Recommended Stories

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