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Kentucky Wildcats Quickies: Still waiting on a QB Edition

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It’s a tradition like none other here in the Bluegrass State: waiting on a quarterback to be named starter.

Gunnar Hoak and Terry Wilson are the favorites to win the job. From all indications they are neck and neck. Offensive coordinator Eddie Gran claims neither player has done enough to outright win the job.

Unfortunately we go through this almost every offseason. Last year was really the only one I remember where the coaches went into camp saying that they have a starting quarterback in Stephen Johnson.

We may not know until the offense marches out onto the field who the quarterback is for 2018.

Tweets of the Day

We are just a couple of weeks away from watching this Kentucky Wildcats basketball team play and the excitement is palpable.


Dontaie Allen lights up Jamfest | Lexington Herald Leader- John Calipari’s interest in the Kentucky kid is growing and it’s apparent why. He is an efficient shooter and is a scoring machine.

Wenyen Gabriel signs with Kings | Cats Pause- All of Kentucky’s draft eligible players that opted for the NBA now have deals. Gabriel signed a two way deal that will allow him to develop in the G League.

Kevin Durant shrugs off Cousins signing hate | The Undefeated -Kevin Durant heard a lot of anger and hate coming from people around the NBA and fans when The Warriors added Demarcus Cousins in the offseason. Durant shrugs is all off.

32 storylines heading into NFL training camp | CBS- Check out the latest buzz for your favorite NFL team as the summer camp season begins.

Julian Edelman accepts responsibility for suspension | ESPN- The Patriots wide receiver will miss the first four games of the season due to violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

Pete Rose blasts MLB | Sporting News- The disgraced Reds great had some choice words for Major League Baseball. He claims the ball is juiced and that there are too many runs scored.