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Kentucky football gets two commits in one day and more.

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Kentucky had those dice rolling all over the place yesterday, landing two football commitments. Offensive guard Kenneth Horsey committed during the day, and defensive lineman Jerquavion Mahone committed later in the night.

The Wildcats sure up their lines, and get two recruits away from other SEC schools. A pretty good recruiting day.

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