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Quinton Bohanna let the game ball fly after the final horn sounded

Kentucky’s nose guard had seen enough.

A Memphis, Tn. native, Quinton Bohanna was visibly disgusted with Kentucky’s four-point loss to the Tennessee Volunteers. As the clock neared zero, the big fella ripped the game ball as far as he could throw it.

The hefty lefty could probably throw a football over a mountain. Hopefully that soiled game ball never sees the light of day again.

Article written by Nick Roush

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

12 Comments for Quinton Bohanna let the game ball fly after the final horn sounded



  1. JASUN74
    12:43 am November 10, 2019 Permalink

    I hate it so bad for these kids right now. They’re giving their hearts out there and everyday in practice. Things will get better young man. It’ll be happy times in Lexington next year. Just got to grind through this and keep working hard.



    • notFromhere
      1:01 am November 10, 2019 Permalink

      Agreed. Broken heart for them. Don’t understand why they went away from Smoke a d Rodriguez deep in the red zone. Should have beaten thos team …

      Time to move on already, and prepare to finish strong. Nothing to do except move forward.



    • notFromhere
      1:30 am November 10, 2019 Permalink

      Was it too much success early? Such a young team in so many ways. Did they think they had it won after the first quarter and let up? I was noy able to watch the game after the 13-0 lead. Missed the entire game from that point.



    • DelrayCat
      3:58 am November 10, 2019 Permalink

      Good coaches know how to make adjustments at halftime. With such a ridiculously one-dimensional offense, it was quite easy to see that UK isn’t going to throw…and if so, man-to-man coverage is fine. Everyone else load up and stack the box. Add a spy or two on Bowden and it is super easy to stop this team.



    • ballplayerstu
      11:09 am November 10, 2019 Permalink

      Exactly, Smith should have played some snaps to throw off Tenn once they figured out our RPO offense.



    • My Dixie Wrecked
      8:07 am November 10, 2019 Permalink

      Happy times for what? The talent gap between UK and the top teams of the SEC and the rest of FBS is huge. So, happy times to finish in the middle of the SEC instead of the bottom?



  2. bd2153
    8:30 am November 10, 2019 Permalink

    May be he should play quarterback.



  3. ballplayerstu
    11:08 am November 10, 2019 Permalink

    Tenn is UK’s next hurdle so to speak, and it seems like to me Tennessee just out toughs UK every year… I was hoping Gran would put Smith in every now and then to keep Tennessee on their toes but oh well… We will be better next year and we should get 6 or 7 wins this year. 7 wins would be a good year for this team. Go Cats!



  4. CopenhagenCat
    5:02 pm November 10, 2019 Permalink

    Bad coaching. Losing games against teams they should beat. It’s Embarrassing. Stoops has no excuses.



  5. BLUEDOUG65
    8:00 pm November 10, 2019 Permalink

    Inexcusable decision making , play calling and game planning . I just wish I knew who to blame the most stoops or gran ? Gran had the best scoring offense at Cincy . Granite CUsa is not the SEC but we are not very good . Lynn and all the players bust their butts they are just being prepped poorly .. give this Louisville coaching staff time and they will own us again



    • TBW3011
      8:58 pm November 10, 2019 Permalink

      Stoops. How many offensive coordinators do we have to go through to see it’s the head coach and not them. They are hugely successful everywhere else.



  6. TBW3011
    8:56 pm November 10, 2019 Permalink

    Bet Stoops was irate when he saw us throw a pass