Terry Wilson is locked in for another season of Kentucky football.
For the past few days, there have been rumblings regarding Wilson’s decision of whether or not he’ll suit up for the Wildcats this season. With his girlfriend expecting their child later this month, Wilson is understandably concerned about protecting the health and safety of his family, in addition to his responsibilities as Kentucky’s starting quarterback. He brought up these concerns in a recent conversation with Paul Finebaum.
“It’s definitely something to keep on the front of my brain because it’s serious. It’s a very serious matter and you don’t want anything to happen,” Wilson said. “You want to prevent anything bad from happening, so it’s something to think about and always keep it on my mental.”
Following his interview with Finebaum, Wilson tweeted he had “[a] lot to think about,” which was widely interpreted to be about his decision regarding the upcoming season. His presence on the football field in the middle of a global pandemic with a newborn baby at home is undoubtedly something to think about, after all.
But now, he’s responded again, and this time he’s not leaving room for questions. He’s simply “all in.”
Man… y’all know I’m all in!!!!
— Terry Wilson (@TerryTouchdown3) August 5, 2020
The Cats’ upcoming season is currently scheduled to begin Sept. 26. Let’s go.