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Kentucky Explodes for 74 Total Points in 2019 Spring Game

As soon as the ball was snapped, Kentucky’s offense was rolling.

On the first play of the 2019 Blue/White Game, UK dialed up a double pass from Lynn Bowden to Terry Wilson and back to Bowden. Six plays later Bowden went unscathed 42 yards for a touchdown. From that point on, it was off to the races.

Terry Wilson completed 10-of-12 passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns to propel the first string Blue Team to a 64-10 victory in the spring game. Bowden caught four passes for 66 yards and a score.

A.J. Rose led the ground attack with three rushing touchdowns and 86 yards on 11 carries, but the explosive running back did not make the biggest play of the day. That honor goes to second-year running back Kavosiey Smoke who made one cut and sprinted 87 yards for a score on his first touch of the day.

The most pleasant surprise from the spring game was Bryce Oliver. After redshirting in 2018, the south Florida athlete caught eight passes for 105 yards and a touchdown. The longest catch of the day was made by Isaiah Epps, a 60-yard reception that sparked a two-play 84-yard touchdown drive.

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

18 Comments for Kentucky Explodes for 74 Total Points in 2019 Spring Game

  1. bwise
    8:04 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

    Yep we are fked.

  2. kjd
    8:22 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

    Green defense playing vanilla D against full O playbook. Resulting in a bunch of points.
    Mission accomplished.

  3. Secret Squirrel
    8:27 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

    I love how Nick Roush is afraid to compliment Gunnar Hoak. He takes the effort to point out that one of Hoak’s passes could have been intercepted, but chooses to comment on a wedding proposal instead of Hoak’s nice scramble before completing TD pass. Hoak is a Wildcat too.

    • Nick
      8:55 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

      How about Terry lead the blue team team to a 64-10 victory? I guess he was the only blue team QB to throw for 2 TDs.

    • krautdog
      9:05 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink


    • J-Dub421
      9:15 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

      Hoak looked terrible. His decision making was slow and most of his passes were too high. The receivers bailed him out repeatedly.

    • Nick
      9:30 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

      Yeah, he didn’t look great with the 2s vs 1s but did lead the white team on 2 scoring drives. Came in with the 1s and went 13 of 13 with 2 TDs. Not saying Terry didn’t look good (matter of fact, Terry did look good) just saying had two QBs look good and that’s something to be celebrated.

    • mashburnfan1
      9:36 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

      Hoak did look bad vs our #1 defense but made some nice throws with the #1 offense. Had a nice scramble and TD throw and nice timing throws. Wilson made several nice throws and was also a little off on the TD catch and run to I believe Riggs {was a TE}. Hard to really say anything in these games as they have no threat of being hit so naturally they will stand in the pocket longer, look down field etc., they don’t have to worry about the rushers. Still it looks like we have good RB play and depth. The WR group did make catches. Looks to me like we will be good on defense but maybe not very deep, mostly in the DB area. Do look deep up front with quality players. OL should be solid, favorable schedule and I can’t wait till 08-31-2019.

    • Nick
      9:44 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

      Agree with Mashburn, both QBs looked good (that should be celebrated). I don’t understand the take that Hoak looked terrible or his decision making was slow, when given the opportunity with the 1s he put up similar numbers as Terry. I just think Roush tries to script the narrative how great Terry is and doesn’t just write up an honest review of the game.

    • bwise
      10:45 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

      Exactly. Roush is a moron ksr writer typical terry BJ

  4. CombatMedic_98
    10:56 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

    Hoak was solid as usual…Nick washes Terry’s jock straps, towels and socks after every game so, yeah he’s TERRY’s TOWEL BOY

    • mashburnfan1
      11:48 pm April 12, 2019 Permalink

      Solid? Did you even see the game. Hoak was terrible vs the #1 defense. Several throws were way off. He did play well with the number 1 offense but they only called shorter pass plays for him when he was with the ones. I want our team to win no matter who is QB but Hoak has done nothing to show he is the guy that can lead us to wins. In case you have not noticed our staff has a pretty good eye for talent, unlike any staff ever at UK and they don’t believe he is better than TW and their jobs depend on it.

    • bwise
      12:12 am April 13, 2019 Permalink

      “Shorter pass plays” lmfao…dude sleeps under a rock or just became UK fan in the offense. Do you realize that’s all terry did last year besides taking sacks, throwing the ball to other team, fumbling, looking like shit? Just stop dude you look like an idiot.

    • bwise
      12:10 am April 13, 2019 Permalink

      Don’t listen to the retard mashburn. He writes for ksr actually and the LAST UK fan defending terry until we see actual results.

    • Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
      12:34 am April 13, 2019 Permalink

      And combatmedic eats Hoak’s jockstrap and hand washes his jock.

  5. Natureboy42
    10:24 am April 13, 2019 Permalink

    I went to the game. The Hoak -Wilson debate was decided last year and there was nothing to change that last night. But no need for everybody to get all worked up. Hoak is a good kid who I hope stays with the team. He could help us win some games if Terry gets hurt but if there is anything out there still thinking he should be the starter then your either not watching the games or delusional. Terry looks to be much more comfortable throwing the ball this year and made some great deep passes. The ball that Right caught for the touchdown was on target but he bobbled it a bit before hauling it in. Overall good performance by the offense but I do have concerns about the secondary. Other then Robinson we’re so inexperienced and it definitely showed last night. That being said I like my team, I like my coach and go cats

  6. Luether
    3:59 pm April 13, 2019 Permalink

    The D needs a lot of work…