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WATCH: Players and coaches discuss Kentucky’s annual Spring Game

Following the Blue team’s explosive 64-10 victory over the White team in Kentucky’s annual Spring Game on Friday night, several players and coaches spoke to the media about their thoughts on the evening.

Check out the 13 different interviews we got from the coaches and some of the biggest performers on both sides of the ball.


Head coach Mark Stoops discussed what he liked, didn’t like, and what needs to improve following Kentucky’s annual Spring Game:

Offensive coordinator Eddie Gran talked about Terry Wilson’s improvement at quarterback, what he likes about the running backs, and his offense’s home run ability:

Co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Darin Hinshaw also broke down Wilson’s improvements and why he thinks backup quarterback Gunnar Hoak needs to stay at Kentucky:

Defensive coordinator Brad White talked about the first-team defense’s solid showing and what needs to improve with the backups:


Junior quarterback Terry Wilson discussed his growing confidence as the team’s starter and how much the receivers have improved:

Junior receiver Lynn Bowden discussed his growth as a pass-catcher, the offense’s ability to make big plays, and his new haircut:

Junior running back AJ Rose talked about his big three-touchdown performance and how the running back group will replace Benny Snell:

Junior outside linebacker Boogie Watson talked about the team’s growth in the front seven and how important it is that they’re mostly juniors and seniors:

Junior receiver Isaiah Epps discussed how much the wide receivers have improved and how they performed against the Kentucky secondary:

Sophomore linebacker Chris Oats discussed his defense’s performance and how he improved as a pass-rusher throughout spring:

Redshirt freshman receiver Bryce Oliver discussed his big day and why he’s so confident in his abilities:

Freshman linebacker Jared Casey discussed his development and how he’s adjusting to life in Lexington:

Redshirt freshman kicker Chance Poore discussed his 52-yard field goal and his growing confidence as the team’s starting kicker:


Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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