Kentucky’s shocking victory over Florida last fall at The Swamp was in large part due to the superior play of quarterback Terry Wilson. However, as the Florida Gators travel to Lexington for a rematch, Wilson is sidelined (and will be for the rest of the season) with a knee injury. This leaves backup quarterback and new transfer Sawyer Smith to lead the Kentucky Wildcats, but that isn’t scaring a certain CBS Sports analyst.
Ben Kercheval listed Florida as a potential upset team to watch for this weekend. With the Gators favored in Lexington by eight points, Kercheval made the bold prediction that Kentucky will not just cover the spread but win outright as underdogs.
Kercheval highlighted that Wilson’s play wasn’t exactly Kentucky’s most valuable asset from their 10-3 season last year, so if Smith can move the chains then Kentucky should be able to keep it close and possibly make enough plays at home to pull out the upset.
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2020 Camden (NJ) and NY Rens forward Lance Ware just announced his commitment to Kentucky at his school pic.twitter.com/Mg0YP2K8zh— Ari Rosenfeld (@ARosenfeldDVHR) September 12, 2019
On Wednesday afternoon, Kentucky and head coach John Calipari landed the four-star forward for the 2020 class.
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With Terry Wilson out for the year, Smith will now lead the Wildcats for the rest of their 2019 campaign.
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