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Quickies: Terry Wilson Visiting UK Edition

A former Oregon quarterback commit is visiting Lexington this weekend.

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A former Oregon quarterback commit is reportedly visiting Kentucky this weekend. Terry Wilson, a four-star junior college quarterback, decided he was visiting Kentucky, changed his mind and decided to visit Nebraska, and then changed his mind and decided he will in fact visit Kentucky this weekend.

One way or another, Touchdown Terry is coming to town (probably).

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It’s tough to tell which location he was talking about here but let’s go with Kentucky.

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