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“The sky’s the limit” for Kentucky football in 2020

Kentucky’s football program has won 18 games over the last two season. That train isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

Logan Stenberg and Lynn Bowden will not be a part of Mark Stoops’ team in 2020. As they near their NFL dreams, they’re excited to see what the Wildcats will do on the gridiron this fall.

The sky’s the limit. We got Terry coming back. We got great weapons there and we’re ready to play,” Logan Stenberg said Wednesday at the NFL Combine. “We got a great offensive line returning, a lot of depth with a lot of snaps in their arsenal. I think the sky’s the limit. The defense is going to be great as well. We got DeAndre Square and a great defensive line, so I’m looking forward to it.”

A 2019 All-SEC selection at offensive guard, Stenberg will give Kentucky’s Big Blue Wall NFL Draft picks in consecutive seasons, following George Asafo-Adjei’s seventh round selection in 2019. Stenberg is so confident in the 2020 version of the Wildcats because of who will be representing the Big Blue Wall at the 2021 NFL Combine.

“Next year we’re going to have some great guys,” he said. “We have Drake (Jackson), Landon (Young), Darian (Kinnard) coming out next year that are going to be great prospects, incredible players. I think Kentucky is going to be a great place for offensive linemen to go play.”

Kentucky will not just be big on the offensive side of the ball in 2020. Stenberg said Quinton Bohanna is the best player no one is talking about.

“He’s stout, a big guy in there, makes a lot of big plays for us and is very disruptive,” he said. “He’s played since he got there. You could tell he was young a couple years ago. He’s obviously come a long way since then. He’s going to be a great player.”

Kentucky has all of the pieces. If the Cats can complete the puzzle, Lynn Bowden believes an SEC Championship is within reach.

192 days till Kentucky football season.

Article written by Nick Roush

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

5 Comments for “The sky’s the limit” for Kentucky football in 2020



  1. blueblood80
    5:49 pm February 26, 2020 Permalink

    The previos four Teams and coaches have certainly done their part that opens the door for a trip to Atlanta. The Cats look and play like an upper echelon SEC TEAM. The coaches have recognized and devloped talent AND depth. The Administration has provided top notch training facilities and financially provided incentive to keep the core of the coaching staff together. The Team needs unwavering fan support through every game. Every year, a talented Team gets involved in a game requiring one big play or turnover to keep the dream of a Championship alive. Sometimes, the football takes that funny bounce. Barring decimating injuries, 2020 could lead to the most storied and historic Kentucky football season ever. On paper, only Georgia would seem to have more talent and depth. The gap has closed since that 34-17 loss to win the East 2 years ago. I’ve witnessed gut wrenching losses time after time. If the staff stays intact, the upcoming years could erase all of these bad memories! Wouldn’t it be wonerful to be in Atlanta, listening to the band perfectly play “My Old Kentucky Home” after a victory over LSU or Alabama! It could happen….



  2. blueblood80
    5:49 pm February 26, 2020 Permalink

    The previos four Teams and coaches have certainly done their part that opens the door for a trip to Atlanta. The Cats look and play like an upper echelon SEC TEAM. The coaches have recognized and devloped talent AND depth. The Administration has provided top notch training facilities and financially provided incentive to keep the core of the coaching staff together. The Team needs unwavering fan support through every game. Every year, a talented Team gets involved in a game requiring one big play or turnover to keep the dream of a Championship alive. Sometimes, the football takes that funny bounce. Barring decimating injuries, 2020 could lead to the most storied and historic Kentucky football season ever. On paper, only Georgia would seem to have more talent and depth. The gap has closed since that 34-17 loss to win the East 2 years ago. I’ve witnessed gut wrenching losses time after time. If the staff stays intact, the upcoming years could erase all of these bad memories! Wouldn’t it be wonerful to be in Atlanta, listening to the band perfectly play “My Old Kentucky Home” after a victory over LSU or Alabama! It could happen….



  3. blueblood80
    6:22 pm February 26, 2020 Permalink

    Heck, last year could have easily been a 10 and 3 seaon. The consevative play calling to preserve a Florida win, followed by the inability to get one yard late against Tennessee were the differences.
    In 1977, Kentucky may well have fielded its best Team ever. I stated “MAY”. Derrick Ramsey and Art Still led the way and Kentucky thrashed most SEC Teams. The lone loss was fueled by uninspired effort at Baylor. Unfortunately, Fran Curci had recruited some less than desirable athletes. Recruiting violations led to probation. It kept the Cats at home for the bowl seaon. One key for the upcoming seasons – we must figure out how to beat Tennessee, it’s key….



    • bbn606
      11:25 am February 27, 2020 Permalink

      The 77 team is the best in my lifetime. There were no cupcakes on the non-conference schedule, West Va, Va Tech, Baylor, North Carolina and Number 4 Penn St whom suffered their only loss against us at Penn St. Running back Rod Stewart had a season ending injury at Baylor and the Cats still went 10-1.



  4. bbn606
    9:39 am February 27, 2020 Permalink

    Gone are the 55-7 blowouts from SEC teams.