Derrick Ramsey knows that Kentucky football can compete in the SEC

09/20/2016 09:35 PM

Former Kentucky football player Derrick Ramsey knows a thing or two about a winning culture within the Kentucky football program. He played at Kentucky from 1975-1977 and was a member of the 1976 team that won the SEC and the Peach Bowl, and the 1977 team that went 10-1 and finished fourth in the country.

We caught up with Ramsey, who now serves at the Kentucky Secretary of Labor, about the outlook of the rest of the season and how Kentucky can create a winning culture in the SEC.

Here’s what he had to say:

Clayton Abernathy

Clayton is a Producer for Spectrum News. He graduated with a Journalism degree from the University of Kentucky and he lives and breathes UK Basketball, making him the perfect fit to produce KSTV. That’s Kentucky’s only nightly half-hour show dedicated solely to UK sports. You can watch it weeknights at 7:30 and 11 on Spectrum News or anytime with Spectrum On Demand. Follow Clayton on twitter @ClaySTV1 to stay updated on the latest UK Basketball and recruiting news or to follow his amateur competitive eating endeavors. He once ate thirteen cheese Coney hot dogs in one sitting…on his lunch break.

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