After Kentucky won their first two games of the season, the confidence surrounding Terry Wilson was a real buzz.
However, after Wilson went down with a season-ending leg injury during the team’s third game this fall, the ceiling has fell in on the Kentucky Wildcats. Backup Sawyer Smith has not only lost all three starts but hasn’t exactly lit up the opposing defense either. Throw a wrist and shoulder injury into the mix, and all of a sudden, wide receiver Lynn Bowden is now taking first-team snaps at quarterback during practice.
The offense certainly becomes more dynamic with Bowden under center, but does that improve the team overall? Only time will tell as Kentucky prepares for a home matchup with the Arkansas Razorbacks next Saturday.
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Bowden has apparently been taking quarterback snaps in practice, pictured handing the ball off to AJ rose (indicating reps with the offensive starters).
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