Football Season Coverage
A third of Kentucky’s spring practice is officially complete following this morning’s action inside Nutter Field House. After practice Brad White and a few new faces on the UK defense met with the media. Jon Sumrall hasn’t been on campus long, but he’s already turning heads.
If you’re near the field, you can probably hear Sumrall. Once practice ends, there’s not much voice left to hear.
“By the time it ends, you’ll hear it cracking,” said Georgia midyear enrollee Tra Wilkins. “He’s hyped. He’ll be on me too. He’s my dude though. I like him.”
The new middle linebackers coach will often end up running alongside his players as they go through drills. Sumrall’s energy is a refreshing surprise, and not just for the true freshman.
“That guy’s gotta screw loose,” said sophomore linebacker Jamin Davis.
Davis and Wilkins are the two least experienced players in Sumrall’s inside linebacker room. Aside from Jordan Jones, Adrian Middleton and Josh Allen, the rest of Kentucky’s front seven returns in 2019.
“We have a lot of experience, which is nice,” said White. “When you build your defense, you wanna build it inside out. You wanna be stout in the middle…We’ve got a really solid core to build off of. Now everybody else just needs to expand off of that.”
One new addition is defensive tackle Isaiah Gibson. As the coaches like to say, he’s one of many new guys “swimming” as they install the playbook. While Gibson learns Kentucky’s defense, the three-star recruit from Springfield, Ohio has received a ton of help from Calvin Taylor Jr.
“He’s always trying to help me,” Gibson said. “He’s never like, ‘Oh, you’re a freshman. You ask too many questions.’ He gives me feedback on everything I do, him and Quinton Bohanna.”
In the middle linebacker room, Wilkins has received plenty of help from DeAndre Square and Chris Oats, but they could not prepare him for the speed of the game.
There was one guy we’ve seen quite a bit of lately. This time Josh Paschal wasn’t just talking about beating melanoma. He’s focused on returning to form. Entering last season, White believed Paschal could play near the same level as Josh Allen. Paschal believes with a little bit of time he can not only get back to that level, but surpass it.
When Jared Casey flipped his commitment from the University of Oregon to the University of Kentucky, he instantly became one of the biggest names in the Cats’ incoming recruiting class. Plus, he’s from right here in the Bluegrass State (Louisville, no less) and has relatively-high national rankings, meaning he’s only continued to move up that list.
Casey was ranked as a four-star prospect by all of the major recruiting services, and Rivals lists him as the No. 15 outside linebacker in America. He finished his senior season at Ballard with 70 tackles, 15.5 tackles-for-loss, three sacks and one forced fumble in 11 games. There’s no rest for the weary – instead of enjoying his last semester of high school, Casey became one of nine players who enrolled at UK in the spring to start working out and practicing alongside his teammates.
Maybe you knew all of that already. Now, you can learn a little more about the incoming freshman, thanks to our friends in the UK Athletics media department.
In his intro video, Casey reveals who serves as his biggest influence (on and off the field), why he chose to enroll at UK a semester early and what made playing for Kentucky the best choice for him.
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) March 20, 2019
This is my favorite line from Casey:
“I think it’s a big opportunity to play in my home state, to play in the best league in America and come in early and contribute.”
Sounds like a heck of a plan. Get on board, BBN, because Jared Casey means business.
Brad White has been described by many as a tactician, but what exactly does that mean? KyWildcatsTV mic’d up UK’s new defensive coordinator at spring practice to paint a clearer picture.
Josh Allen credits White for teaching him “the little things.” Just how important are fundamentals for outside linebackers? White explains a few different things, like when you should chop your feet vs. sprint, and details the differences in ripping slightly higher vs. a low rip, “I’m cranking it up!”
It’s odd not seeing Josh Allen rushing the passer, but it’s encouraging to see Josh Paschal attack the backfield. One newcomer makes a few appearances: Jared Casey. The four-star linebacker from Louisville has good and bad moments. You’ll be pleased to see how White responds to the latter.
(???) @JoshAllen41_ continually praises @coachwhitefb for being a key component in his development as the best defensive player in country. So, we mic'd up Coach White so you could see for yourself. #BringIt pic.twitter.com/aM3PoCwoBp
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) March 20, 2019
White and the rest of the Kentucky football team will practice Thursday and Saturday morning to wrap up week two of spring ball.
By Nick Roush on ©March 19th, 2019 @ 4:30pm
You only need to take one look at Kentucky’s wide receivers to notice a difference in the group.
That’s right, Lynn Bowden cut his hair.
“I’m just working on my image,” he said. “I really didn’t think I was presenting myself good for the fans with my hair, so I’m trying something new.”
Offensive coordinator Eddie Gran is trying new things with Lynn this spring.
“Lynn’s having a really good spring. We’re finding ways to get him the ball. He’s lining up all over the place. He’s really smart,” said Gran.
No matter how creative the UK coaching staff gets, they have to find more options at wide receiver. Wide receivers coach Michael Smith believes they’ll get there in due time.
“They’re coming along,” Smith said. “The first four days I’ve been really impressed with what Bryce Oliver has done. I think Marvin Alexander has shown he has a chance. For the guys that we didn’t see a lot last year, Akeem (Hayes) coming back, playing a little bit. Not that he’s a young guy, Clevan (Thomas) is back in the mix and doing some good things. I thought as a true freshman just coming in, I thought Demarcus Harris showed he’s going to be in the mix. And Allen Dailey, Allen Dailey is solid. He played on special teams last year, but he’s doing some good things.
“I’ve been really impressed with Lynn’s leadership. The way Josh Ali has been practicing fast. Isaiah Epps has made some strides. As a group I think we’re getting there, but we have a long way to go because it’s going to be a position that we need to step up and make some plays.”
Ali and Epps have been the names mentioned most over the first four practices. Challenged before the start of spring practice, Epps’ top priority is turning close misses into deep completions.
“I’m just trying to become more comfortable and complete all the deep balls that I can,” said Epps. “Things have been going good during the spring. Me and Terry and all the other quarterbacks have been working on timing. For me, it’s not the opportunity, it’s the finish. It’s the completion of the deep balls.”
He did just that at least once this morning.
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) March 19, 2019
Landon Young’s Return from a Redshirt
The former five-star offensive tackle is back in action after he was sidelined for a season with a knee injury. Seeing the glass half-full, he prefers to call it his redshirt year.
“I definitely feel stronger. A lot of guys have a redshirt year when they first come into college. It just happens that mine is split right down the middle.”
There was one incredible downside to missing last season.
“It’s really hard to sit out, especially when I missed — I was actually at home and couldn’t move when we played Florida. The first time we beat Florida in 32 years and I couldn’t be there. Being able to go and still experience Texas A&M and the bowl game, that was just amazing and sort of gave me a boost.”
Landon talked at length about his return to the field and the rest of the UK offensive line. He mentioned that Darian Kinnard has almost exclusively played tackle, an interesting twist after spending his freshman season at guard. Young also looks more enormous than ever before.
No Spring Break for Terry Touchdown
Many of the Wildcats went home or took a vacation during UK’s Spring Break. Not Terry Wilson. The quarterback stuck around Lexington for a week.
“I just didn’t feel like going out and spending a bunch of money and stuff like that, so I decided to stay around here,” Wilson said.
I appreciate his honesty. Most QBs would give some BS about wanting to be a leader, yada yada. Nope, he’s just a frugal man. I respect that.
Didn’t get enough? See what else Lynn Bowden had to say today:
By Nick Roush on ©March 18th, 2019 @ 10:00pm
As Kentucky’s future NFL stars prepare for Pro Day, Avery Williamson has returned to Lexington to train alongside the Wildcats. This afternoon the New York Jets’ linebacker posted the picture above with Benny Snell and Josh Allen. Could they all end up New York City next season?
The Jets currently hold the No. 3 overall pick. Even though we’re currently in the doldrums of draft season where every mock drafter is trying to be cute (the amount of trades and the disparity across the board is ridiculous), many still believe Allen will be taken after Kyler Murray and Nick Bosa with the third overall pick.
As for Benny, seeing another Snell in a Jets uniform got a lot more complicated once they signed Le’Veon Bell. However, Bell could use a bully behind him. After cutting Isaiah Crowell and letting Bilal Powell walk, Snell could be worth a fourth round pick.
That all may be a stretch, but we should receive more clarity as to who is inquiring into all of the Wildcats at the end of the week. Expected to be the most star-studded UK Pro Day since Mike Tomlin and Joey Porter attended Bud Dupree’s Pro Day, Friday morning is going to be a great day to make some money.
While you’re focused on the fallout from Kentucky’s NCAA Tournament first round win, I’ll be at the Nutter Field House soaking in the entire experience. Expect your first updates on KSR around noon. Mike Edwards will not be participating, but he’s almost ready to run.
April 8th ? pic.twitter.com/cswNnzqit8
— Mike Edwards (@M__Edwards7) March 14, 2019
April 8 is UK’s second Pro Day. Edwards will be accompanied by C.J. Conrad. The UK tight end learned today he’s been cleared to return to football and we could not be more ecstatic.
Before UK’s Pro Day we will speak to the Kentucky football team Tuesday and Thursday after the fourth and fifth spring practices. There will be some chatter with early enrollees and we’ll learn who decided to stay in Lexington with Terry Touchdown over Spring Break. Until then, a little more NFL chatter…
Za’Darius is Back in the Bluegrass
Speaking of Wildcats in town, Za’Darius Smith celebrated his $66 million deal in the Bluegrass. The Green Packers’ defensive end kicked it with Vince Marrow just a few days after putting pen to paper.
— Za'Darius Smith (@TheRealZSmith) March 17, 2019
Seeing Big Z make it big time is incredible. It feels like just yesterday he was teary-eyed on top of a billboard.
Smith will wear No. 55 for Green Bay, an homage to his former Ravens’ teammate, Terrell Suggs.
Randall Cobb to the Cowboys?
The slot receiver has spent the first eight seasons of his NFL career with the Green Bay Packers. He might go from one of America’s teams to the other. The free agent is reportedly meeting with the Cowboys today to potentially fill the hole left by Cole Beasley.
America’s No. 1 Cowboys fan, Drew Franklin, cannot contain his excitement over the news.
In Good Company
Kentucky is one of 29 schools to make a bowl game and the NCAA Tournament this year. Of those 29, only three teams have done that for three straight seasons: Virginia Tech, Michigan and Kentucky. Not too shabby.
Austin MacGinnis has a Famous Teammate
And he still hasn’t missed a field goal. UK’s all-time leading scorer is 5-for-5 through three games.
5/5 – Austin MacGinnis is perfect on the season pic.twitter.com/Zq4m7xok3r
— Memphis Express (@aafexpress) March 16, 2019
This week the Memphis Express signed Johnny Manziel. The 1-5 team desperately needs some offense and Johnny Football is the perfect person to inject some energy into the franchise. He started practice today and should get the start this Sunday when Memphis hosts the Birmingham Iron at 8:00 p.m. ET on the NFL Network. It should be a nice little nightcap after a weekend of March Madness.
Meet the Wildcats
Before we meet them face-to-face, UK Football is profiling each new early enrollee throughout spring practice. Defensive tackle Isaiah Gibson was one of the first to get the nod. There are still quite a few more to get to, including his high school teammate, Moses Douglass.
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) March 15, 2019
By Nick Roush on ©March 18th, 2019 @ 7:31pm
C.J. Conrad is BACK.
The Kentucky tight end hit a speed bump on his way to the NFL. Luckily, tests proved it was just a small hurdle.
At the NFL Combine doctors discovered an abnormality in Conrad’s heart. He was immediately sent home and sidelined from football activities until further tests could be completed. After receiving a second opinion, C.J. had some good news to share.
Thank you GOD ?? pic.twitter.com/L8TdGKy8Ba
— CJ Conrad (@cjconrad1) March 18, 2019
Conrad will have a few weeks to train before he competes with Mike Edwards at UK’s second Pro Day.
We’re all grateful C.J.’s time on the football field is not yet finished. A special thanks to all of the Kentucky fans who saw him on tour with Josh Allen last week. When life dealt him a bad hand, the BBN had his back.
By Eli Mitchell on ©March 17th, 2019 @ 5:30pm
Isaiah Gibson, one of nine early enrollees for Kentucky’s 2019 class, sat down with KYWildcatsTV to give the BBN a chance to get to know him a little bit better.
Gibson, a 6’4 300 pound prospect from Springfield, Ohio, chose Kentucky because of the relationship he has with Mark Stoops and the rest of the coaching staff.
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) March 16, 2019
Gibson, and fellow early enrollee Moses Douglass went to the same school, and have similar attitudes.
“Me and Moses, we came here from the same school, just trying to achieve the same dreams. But, us Ohio guys, we just love football and love to compete.”
BBN, give Isaiah a warm welcome to Lexington!
As the first wave of NFL free agency has come & gone Randall Cobb is still without a job.
For a veteran receiver like Cobb, who played in just nine games last season, this should not be surprising or disappointing as the beginning of free agency is full of chaos with an urgency to sign the top players quickly.
Cobb, 28 years old, is in a position where the best strategy is to let the market work itself out, see what kind of deals other receivers get, and find the best possible landing spot for himself & his family.
Now that Adam Humphries signed with the Titans and Cole Beasley with the Bills, Cobb is the best slot receiver still available in free agency.
So what teams are in need of a slot receiver?
The most frequently mentioned option has been the New England Patriots , as they reportedly attempted to trade for Cobb during the 2018 season, but I am not so sure. On paper Cobb does fit the offense, but Belichick cherishes his compensatory picks, and signing Cobb would count against New England in the compensatory-pick formula.
Following a few recent transactions I believe the most likely landing spots for Cobb would consist of the Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs, and the Dallas Cowboys.
Each team could fill their need of a slot receiver through the draft but if they chose to do so through free agency Cobb is the best option. In terms of a contract, Cobb is hoping for a 2 year deal with around 7 million per year.
Currently, the former Kentucky star does not have any visits planned, and it could stay that way until after the draft. For Cobb there is no particular rush to get a deal done, ultimately the franchise he chooses is much more important than the timing is.
Za’Darius Smith is back in Lexington after signing his four-year, $66 million contract with the Green Packers.
While in Lexington, Smith spent time with his former coach, Vince Marrow. Smith posted the following picture of the two on Twitter.
The horn placement on this picture could not have been better. You couldn’t even plan it and get a perfect alignment like it is. So, do we think Z planned it or is he just a demon?
Marrow replied to the tweet, saying “Very proud of this young man he’s a professional on and off the field.”
Always great to see former Kentucky players come back to Lexington. And, it is especially great to see them spend time with former coaches and teammates.
Best of luck to Z in Green Bay!
By Nick Roush on ©March 13th, 2019 @ 5:30pm
Football’s spring season is generally all about work happening outside of the public eye. Fans know the team is practicing, but aside from the Blue/White game, it’s hard to know exactly what they’re doing. Thanks to KyWildcatsTV, we get a clearer picture of what’s happening around the Joe Craft Football Training Facility.
While the Cats are away on spring break, UK released footage of Michael Smith from the first week of practice. The wide receivers coach is mic’d up as he instructs Isaiah Epps, Lynn Bowden, Josh Ali, Bryce Oliver and more. As you’ll see, the primary focus during the spring season is on the little things.
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) March 13, 2019
The biggest takeaway from the video: Lynn Bowden is a big shorts guy.
By Nick Roush on ©March 13th, 2019 @ 1:00pm
Four former Kentucky Wildcats on the verge of starting a career in the NFL will all gather in the Commonwealth for one night only.
Lonnie Johnson, Mike Edwards, Darius West and Derrick Baity will be signing autographs Saturday March 23, the day after UK Pro Day, at Frank Shoop in Georgetown, beginning at 2:00 pm.
Unlike Benny Snell, Josh Allen and C.J. Conrad’s stops, this is a private event. 150 tickets will be sold in advance for $75. Each ticket will get you signatures and a picture with all four players. You cannot show up on the day of the event, but you can click here to meet the four who helped Mark Stoops bring DBU to Kentucky.
Get your tickets before they’re gone.
By Mrs. Tyler Thompson on ©March 12th, 2019 @ 3:30pm
A former Kentucky Football player is headed to primetime television. According to several Bachelor spoiler sites (include Reality Steve, whose word is apparently gospel), former Wildcat Daron Blaylock will be a contestant on Season 15 of “The Bachelorette.”
Blaylock and his twin brother Zack played at Kentucky from 2012-2015. During his career, the outside linebacker played in 23 games and recorded 46 total tackles, 21 solo. If you remember, the Blaylock twins are the sons of former NBA All-Star Mookie Blaylock, who is currently serving 15 years for vehicular homicide. Daron and Zack’s younger brother Dominick is a four-star wide receiver who recently signed with Georgia.
Blaylock now resides in Atlanta, where he works as a recruiting specialist for a business and technology consulting firm. Until he skyrockets to reality TV fame, of course.
For more on Season 15 of “The Bachelorette,” including who the leading lady will be, click here.
By Jack Pilgrim on ©March 12th, 2019 @ 11:00am
In what seems to be a monthly occurrence at this point, the FBI has uncovered yet another scandal in the world of college athletics.
This time, however, the large-scale scheme involves cheating on college entrance exams, ultimately helping students get admitted to elite universities.
According to the report by NBC News, the scandal involved students being recruited to schools as athletes, regardless of their athletic abilities, ultimately lowering the bar for incoming students to get into prestigious schools.
The schools involved? Georgetown, Stanford, UCLA, San Diego, USC, Texas, Wake Forest, and Yale, according to federal prosectors.
As of right now, at least 49 individuals have been indicted as a result of the nationwide admissions cheating and recruiting scheme.
And yes, some of those individuals are current and former Division-1 coaches including: Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer, Yale women’s soccer coach Rudy Meredith, Georgetown tennis coach Gordon Ernst, several USC coaches, UCLA men’s soccer coach Jorge Salcedo, and Texas men’s tennis coach Michael Center.
BREAKING: The US Attorney in Boston has unsealed indictments against at least 47 people in a nationwide college admissions cheating and recruitment scheme, including current and former D-1 coaches at Yale, Georgetown, USC, Wake Forest and Texas.
— Aaron Leibowitz (@aaron_leib) March 12, 2019
According to the same report, actresses Felicity Huffman of Desperate Housewives and Lori Loughlin of Full House (c’mon, Aunt Becky) are also involved, with each being charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.
BREAKING / NBC NEWS: Hollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are two of over 40 people charged in the college exam scheme, according to court documents.
They are charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. https://t.co/vLfjUuOpHA
— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) March 12, 2019
According to the report, Loughlin and her husband “agreed to pay bribes totaling $500,000 in exchange for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the USC crew team — despite the fact that they did not participate in crew — thereby facilitating their admission to USC.”
The bribes reportedly ranged from a few thousand dollars to up to $6 million.
There is a press conference scheduled for 11:30 a.m. ET, where more details of the scandal, including more names involved, are expected to be announced.
By Nick Roush on ©March 11th, 2019 @ 9:45pm
Hello, Kentucky football fans. In the middle of the two most exciting college basketball weeks of the year, I’m sure many of you worried football news would slow to a trickle. Fear not, there’s still plenty of football to discuss.
Unfortunately, none of it is spring football. The team has the week off for spring break. While the players are away, Stoops made a move that could change the trajectory of the program over the next five years. That’s not something you can typically say about a new quality control coach, but that’s what Mark Perry brings to the table.
Stoops Swipes Mark Perry from Neal Brown
This morning Football Scoop reported UK has added two new quality control analysts. Joe Scola will reportedly work with the defense and Mark Perry will assist the offense. The breaking news stories noted each person’s history at the University of Kentucky — Scola previously served as an administrator and Perry played quarterback at UK — but the story behind the story is why the move is so significant.
Last year Perry served on Neal Brown’s staff at Troy as Director of Football Operations. The former UK quarterback played with Brown under Hal Mumme in the late 90s. In January, Perry agreed to follow Brown to West Virginia to serve as the Director of Football Administration. Stoops used a quality control vacancy, a more hands-on job that digs deep into the X’s and O’s for a football program, to convince Perry to come home.
At this point, you’re probably asking, “Why should I care that Stoops swiped one of Brown’s administrators to be a quality control coach?” Sure, there’s a nice revenge factor after Brown’s first West Virginia commitment came from Danville, but that’s not why Perry’s addition is a big deal.
Before Perry entered the world of college football, he was a Kentucky high school football coach for 14 years. In his final year as Lexington Catholic High School’s head coach, Mark Perry’s starting quarterback was Beau Allen. Fast forward two years, Allen is a four-star prospect and the No. 15 pro-style quarterback in America according to Rivals.
This move is just the latest card Stoops loaded into his deck to land Allen. To start, Beau is a legacy recruit. His father, Bill, was a reserve quarterback in the 80s for Jerry Calibourne. Continuity is key too. Since Kentucky offered Allen in May of 2017, the Cats have kept the offensive staff intact. When Eddie Gran turned down Georgia, it helped the Allen-to-UK momentum.
All of those good Kentucky vibes around Allen entered shaky ground once Brown accepted the head coaching job at West Virginia. Less than a week after Brown took the Country Roads to Morgantown, Allen had a scholarship offer from West Virginia. You’ll never guess who told Beau he had the offer.
“Earlier, I talked with coach (Mark) Perry and he told me about the offer,” Allen told the Charleston Gazette-Mail. “I was really excited.”
Football recruiting is not for the faint of heart. Neal Brown is a nice guy, but Stoops is from Youngstown. You do not mess around with a guy from Youngstown. Brown won an early battle in this recruiting war, a war Stoops is willing to use big guns to win.
Criticized for being unable to successfully recruit an elite, program-changing quarterback, Stoops went so far as to swipe one of Brown’s staffers to prevent Allen from leaving Lexington to play college football.
Will this move secure a commitment from Allen? Only time will tell. Ultimately, I believe much of it will depend on how Terry Wilson and the UK offense develops this fall. Allen plays in a spread system at Lex Cath. If the pocket-passer chose to play in an Air Raid system, instead of the Benny Snell power run offense, you could not blame him one bit. Stoops has done everything to cultivate the ideal environment for Beau Allen. Developing the offense is the final piece of the puzzle.
Arkansas Offers Fifth Grader
Today Stoops proved he’s willing to go to great lengths to win recruiting battles. Luckily, he’s not relying on gimmicks. In an attempt to recruit a four-star defensive tackle from Houston, Arkansas head coach Chad Morris offered scholarships to Vernon Broughton Jr.’s eighth grade cousin and fifth grade brother.
Blessed to say my cousin Vincent Wells ’23 and younger brother Isaiah Broughton ‘26 have both received a offer from the University of Arkansas…??#WPS #HammerDown @BroughtonBroth1 @yadiva71 #BroughtonDNA? #Blessed pic.twitter.com/m3qWjPnMaH
— Vernon Broughton ll (@Broughto1Vernon) March 10, 2019
Sorry kids, I prefer to see parents in pads on recruiting visits.
Watch UK Pro Day LIVE
The University of Kentucky announced NFL Pro Day will be Friday, March 22 at 9:15 am. Sixteen Wildcats will compete in combine drills in front of a slew of NFL front office personnel at the Joe Craft Football Training Facility. Dick Gabriel, Jeremy Jarmon and New York Jets’ linebacker Avery Williamson will broadcast the event on SEC Network+ and UKAthletics.com. This year’s Pro Day participants:
- Josh Allen
- George Asafo-Adjei
- Derrick Baity
- Dorian Baker
- David Bouvier
- Miles Butler
- Tymere Dubose
- Nick Haynes
- Lonnie Johnson Jr.
- Jordan Jones
- Adrian Middleton
- Benny Snell Jr.
- Bunchy Stallings
- Darius West
- Chris Westry
- Tristan Yeomans
C.J. Conrad will be sidelined as he undergoes further medical evaluation. Mike Edwards will wait until April 8 to undergo combine workouts. The safety is still recovering from a broken thumb he suffered in the Senior Bowl.
UK Pro Day probably won’t be your top priority just hours before the first round of the NCAA Tournament tips off. KSR will have you covered with plenty of coverage from the event and a little football podcast from KSBar once the action concludes. If you’re lucky, we’ll have a special guest or two.
Josh Allen is still Winning Awards
With a little help from KyWildcatsTV, you can see all of Allen’s best moments from the Bednarik Award ceremony that happened last weekend in Atlantic City.
Poop Johnson is Cashing In
Known at UK as C.J., the former UK defensive tackle went viral when the CFL announced “Poop Johnson signed with the Argonauts.” How much traction did it pick up? TMZ is now reporting the one-time KSR Pregame Show host has inked an endorsement deal.
Dude Wipes confirmed the report saying, “If you play ball and are having poop problems, we have your back.”
What a time to be alive.