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Article written by Nick Roush

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19 responses to “Kentucky Lands Grad Transfer Quarterback Sawyer Smith”

  1. treeham3

    Congrats to you and your family Sawyer! There is no other fan base like BBN anywhere in the world (and that’s not an exaggeration). C-A-T-S, Cats, Cats, Cats!
    Go Big Blue!

  2. herm89

    A Neal brown guy. Could this be the air raid QB we’ve been asking for?

    1. MrPioneer

      Kentucky doesn’t run the air raid offense.

    2. herm89

      Yeah because we haven’t had a quarterback capable of throwing the ball more than 10 yards

    3. MrPioneer

      No, it’s because Eddie Gran runs a pro-style offense.

  3. Sentient Third Eye

    Awesome, but how does a grad transfer have two years of eligibility left? How does that work? Did he graduate in three years?

    1. bbn606

      He graduated in 3 years. He was a redshirt sophomore.

    2. Cokely53

      Same way it would work for Brad Calipari

    3. makeitstop

      And Gunnar.

  4. runningunnin.454

    Need to get the picks down. And, maybe the coaches will lose that throw it across the field to maybe gain 2 yards…that thing is ripe for a pick six.

  5. Smyrna_Cat

    Hope the kid enjoys his stay here in the BBN.

  6. TheAssman

    What happened to the PN ST QB that was going to transfer?

  7. binarysolo

    Now I better not see any of the freshmen QBs’ names in the transfer portal after this.

    1. InigoMontoya

      The incoming freshmen QB’s were content to come here when Gunnar Hoak was still on the team. I can’t see the addition of Sawyer Smith as Gunnar’s replacement as being a significant threat to them.

    2. notFromhere

      Inigo nailed it

  8. Christians4Trump

    a white boy ….. yesssssss

  9. notFromhere

    Excellent news! Needed another experienced QB. Gotta keep this momentum going

    1. notFromhere

      Dont think it necesaarily closes any doors

  10. Matt10

    Help me out here. I’m not a football guy. If you’re going to build your offense around a running QB, wouldn’t you also want his backups to be a similar style, so if you play your backup you’re not also changing the offense?