Good Wednesday morning BBN, here are your Quickies. The fan base may be all doom and gloom about the football season thus far, but Boom Williams wants you to know that Kentucky won’t give up.
this team won't quit!— Boom Williams (@boom_that_guy) September 12, 2016
While it’s been hard to watch the Cats for 3⁄4 of their play thus far, I have to admit that I like that Williams wants to make it known that he and his teammates will see this through. And while it may be tough, we all know that BBN will continue to support this team and follow them through it all, whether they go 1-11 or 7-5.
And Williams is the right guy to be saying this. Even in their loss to Florida, Williams’ performance wasn’t too shabby, as he averaged over 5 yards-per-carry. He’s the right guy to be supporting his team vocally.
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I like the idea, but he’ll probably accept an offer from Alabama instead.
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