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Kentucky Football Transfers Continue to Perform

(Jason O. Watson, Getty Images)

(Jason O. Watson, Getty Images)

(Jason O. Watson, Getty Images)

Both Maxwell Smith and Jalen Whitlow played at quarterback in 2013 at Mississippi State. Both players have since moved on since the 2013 season and are starting for new programs. San Diego State’s Max Smith went 6/10 for 93 yards and a touchdown while also running for a score. Following several bad starts, Smith has completed 69 percent of his passes and thrown three touchdowns and no interceptions in his last three games. SDSU is now 5-3 and 4-0 in conference play.

Jalen Whitlow and Eastern Illinois will square off against Tennessee Tech at 2 E.T. Whitlow has flipped the switch over the last three games. The Panthers have won their last three games in large part due to Whitlow’s arm. He threw for over 260 yards against Southeast Missouri and Austin Peay before leading EIU to an overtime win over Tennessee State last week.

Josh Clemons will take the field at 5 E.T. for Jacksonville State. He has run for 359 yards on 61 carries for the Gamecocks. JVSU takes on Austin Peay today and EIU in two weeks.

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Article written by Trey Huntsman

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7 Comments for Kentucky Football Transfers Continue to Perform



  1. bbn4LIFE
    3:39 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    It’s called not playing in the sec.



  2. GatorCat
    3:47 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    Max coulda been a contendah! But after the shoulder injury he was never the same.



  3. Who gives a flying flip?
    3:48 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    They left. They did not want to be part of the Kentucky program. They quit the team. Who gives a damn what they do now or in the future. Unless they are playing against Kentucky, they should never be mentioned on a Kentucky website.



  4. Andy
    4:30 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    Nice to see them do well but honestly who gives a ….
    Whitlow never was a SEC QB. if he had NFL aspirations to be QB, not happening.
    Max Smith too hurt to play – probably the only SEC candidate worth mentioning
    Josh Clemons too hurt to play



  5. steve
    4:54 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    On a game day, really……

    If you don’t play for the Cats then who gives a flip…..



  6. Detroit_DEE
    5:58 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    3 plunders by Stoops!!



  7. whitlow
    7:33 pm October 25, 2015 Permalink

    Fu k you gay Andy