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It’s official — Will Levis has been named the Kentucky Wildcats starting quarterback for week one. To no-one’s surprise, of course, head coach Mark Stoops said the decision was a “clear choice.”

“They all have done some really good things throughout camp, but this was clear,” Stoops said in an impromptu Sunday night press conference. “It’s not a personal decision,” he added. “They’re all three great young men that have done everything we asked them to do. We just simply made the best decision for our football team to win games.”

Levis, the transfer from Penn State, took to Twitter to comment on the decision.

It’s no secret that he possesses the talent to make this year special for the Wildcats. While Kentucky has put together a handful of talented rosters during the Stoops era, quarterback play has always been questionable. Now, with Levis taking the reins, these Wildcats have a shot at making some serious noise this year in the Southeastern Conference.

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If all five eventually start, which QB will have the better season?

Quickies

Stoops explains why Levis was ‘Clear Choice’ as Starting QB - Kentucky Sports Radio

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Will Levis named Kentucky Wildcats’ starting quarterback - ESPN

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There IS such a thing as too much turnover.