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Brooks leaves program on solid foundation

For those of us who did not follow Kentucky football during the Bear Bryant era the last four seasons have been the golden age of Kentucky football. Rich Brooks is the man primarily responsible.

When Rich Brooks took over the Kentucky Wildcats football program he found a program that was on NCAA probation, was not able to hand out a full compliment of scholarships and had to contend with a fan base that was doubtful that he could succeed at Kentucky. After seven seasons at the helm of the Kentucky Wildcats Brooks leaves as the only Kentucky coach to lead the Wildcats to four consecutive...

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