Posted December 13, 2012 on kentucky.scout.com
The Kentucky Wildcats are making some noise recruiting Ohio in the time since Mark Stoops was named head coach. Find out why in this KentuckyScout feature with Ohio recruiting experts Bill Greene and Dave Berk.
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