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LOOK: Lynn Bowden honors Terry Wilson in practice

Photo by UK Athletics

Photo by UK Athletics

Terry Wilson’s season-ending injury is still on many of our minds, and yesterday, Lynn Bowden paid a nice tribute to his quarterback, sporting his practice jersey in Kentucky’s practice.

UK posted a picture of Bowden in the No. 3 jersey on social media, which he shared with the caption, “Ima hold it down litbrudda”:

Bowden also tweeted this Monday night:

In case you missed it on Sunday, after the game, several players sent messages of love to Terry via our videographer Bradley McKee:

The best way to honor Terry? Go beat the snot out of Florida.

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15 Comments for LOOK: Lynn Bowden honors Terry Wilson in practice

  1. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
    10:57 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

    No the best way to honor him is to rally their way to an undefeated season. One can dream.

    • StillBP
      11:14 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

      I’m all for an undefeated season but don’t think he’d be getting his job back next season if that were to happen.

    • Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
      11:30 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

      I like the kid, he seems like a great human being, but the goal of football is to win games not to play favorites.

    • Corder
      11:59 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

      And Terry as a starter has won 12 games. So what’s your point about winning games?

    • StillBP
      12:53 pm September 11, 2019 Permalink

      I understand what the point is, it’s just that you said the best way to honor him is to go undefeated and I’m saying I’m not sure making sure he loses his job is the best way to honor him. Our team is going to try to win every game, as they should. I’m just disagreeing with you on the best way to honor him.

    • Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
      1:15 pm September 11, 2019 Permalink

      Corder I never said anything about Terry’s wins or loses. I said if we go undefeated that matters more than who’s the starter. And why do we always give the qb credit for the wins? Not only is it extremely unfair to the rest of the team it makes it sound like they couldn’t win without him. If Farve had a mediocre surrounding cast he would have been considered ok at best. Tim Tebow didn’t do anything to help Denver win but he’s still given credit for taking them to the playoffs when it was a world ending d and a great run game that got them there. Why does that sound familiar.

    • Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
      1:19 pm September 11, 2019 Permalink

      StillBP if Terry doesn’t feel honored the team rallied behind him to go undefeated because he’s worried about his job then he isn’t half the person I thought he was. On that note though I believe he’s a warrior and would celebrate every win and then come next year he’ll go out and fight for his job back.

  2. satcheluk
    11:06 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

    It’s hard to explain the camaraderie developed on some close knit football teams. Those who served in the military can relate.

    • ukwildcat1991
      11:25 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

      You’re certainly right. I was a submariner and the thing was was that you went through a lot of adversities when u were under water together. Learning how to deal with it with your brothers always made it better.

    • chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door
      1:40 pm September 11, 2019 Permalink

      Wow! I admire all our troops, and submariners even more in some ways. I can’t imagine what it’s like to spend so much time on that vessel.


  3. maximumscott
    11:38 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

    Im calling it. We will dominate Florida. The game has been close the last 5 years with use being the better team in 3 of the 5 years but just doing stupid things. We were only not in 1 of those games. Last year we not only won but dominated them.

    This has proven that we have a TEAM.

    What the world will see this saturday is that UK wasnt only Benny Snell and Josh Allen.

    Our Oline will pave the way for Sawyer and our run game.

    This is not even wishful thinking. UK will play their 1st complete game of the season.

    UK- 38
    Gators- 20

    • ClutchCargo
      11:42 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

      I like your way of thinking, and I hope you have tickets to the game. We’re going to need that attitude in the stands.

    • cats646
      11:57 am September 11, 2019 Permalink

      I’ll be there! I’ve also got the same attitude!
      GO BIG BLUE!!!!

    • Corder
      12:08 pm September 11, 2019 Permalink

      I think both of yalls scores are a little high but love the outcome all the same. I’m thinking it’ll be a closer game with us edging out the gators 28-24. If Smith can get some confidence early and not get anxious back there and start throwing to quick before the routs develop I think we will be right in this game. Our O line is going to have to get our running backs going to alleviate some of the pressure that’s going to be on Smith. One thing for sure is that if we don’t contain Franks and our pressure on him to throw he may kill us with his feet. That’s the one thing that scares me about Franks. Also if we give him time in the pocket he might not be great but I don’t think our DBs are going to be able to keep up with that Florida speed all game. Can’t wait for Saturday it’s going to be a good one. GO CATS!!!

    • Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
      1:21 pm September 11, 2019 Permalink

      Now who’s putting the score to high? If the Gators score more than 20 the refs have to have tried to prove that they have their own flagner.