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Nebraska’s Courtney Love and Greg Hart will transfer to Kentucky

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Finally, some football momentum! Sources tell KSR that Nebraska linebacker Courtney Love and tight end Greg Hart will transfer to Kentucky. 

Love (6’1″, 240 lbs.) is a redshirt freshman that was a four-star at Cardinal Mooney High School, which explains the ties to Vince Marrow. Hart (6’5″ 240 lbs.) is also a redshirt freshman who was a three-star at Archibishop Alter in Dayton, Ohio. After Bo Pelini was fired at Nebraska, both decided to visit Kentucky last weekend, and apparently liked what they saw.  There is talk that Love may be able to receive a hardship waiver and be able to play next year, which is excellent news.

Heeeeeeey, so glad you could make it…

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7 Comments for Nebraska’s Courtney Love and Greg Hart will transfer to Kentucky



  1. J-Dub421
    12:03 pm December 11, 2014 Permalink

    Wooooo!!!! Hopefully they’ll be able to play right away since they both red-shirted last season.



  2. Kevin C
    12:41 pm December 11, 2014 Permalink

    Well, unless we get an OC who actually utilizes the TEs, Hart will just be a wasted scholly, unless they convert him to another O-line spot, or OLB/MLB on defense. At the very least, I hope the kid is a good blocker.



    • abobicesaevior
      1:27 pm December 11, 2014 Permalink

      Love our TE’s but it seems they had some dropped passes early in the year and CNB may not have trusted them with many targets.



    • theWilkman
      3:09 pm December 11, 2014 Permalink

      The TE position was heavily utilized early on, but when the players keep dropping easy passes that hit them square in the hands, I can understand the move away from that as the season went on.

      The coaches aren’t just going to ignore a player if he has the skills and steps up during games. If a TE gets the call and makes a play, he’ll get more shots. If he gets the call and drops a gimme, he won’t.



  3. Original MarkyMark
    1:41 pm December 11, 2014 Permalink

    A quality pass-catching Tight End that can get open over the middle of the field opens up everything. It’s also nice to bring in a linebacker with legitimate SEC size.



    • J-Dub421
      2:34 pm December 11, 2014 Permalink

      We/re getting one with CJ Conrad out of Ohio. The kid’s supposed to be a stud.



  4. Tej
    2:04 pm December 11, 2014 Permalink

    Great news. These are two positions where we really need help. Coach Marrow and the other coaches are doing a super job of recruiting.