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Which UK Quarterback Threw this Incredible Touchdown?

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The University of Kentucky quarterback competition has not produced a ton of headlines in the preseason.  The coaches have been tight-lipped throughout the first two weeks of practice and impactful highlights are few and far between…until now.

The UK football Twitter account released an absolute BOMB to Lynn Bowden from Tuesday’s practice.  It isn’t hyperbole to say it’s the best-looking UK deep ball since Jeff Badet wore No. 13 in blue and white.  A beautiful spiral, the pass dropped in right over Bowden’s shoulder and into his arms as he sprinted past Jordan Griffin.

It’s a beautiful highlight, but there’s one glaring problem: WHO THREW THE PASS?

In order to quell any kind of controversy, they conveniently cut out the quarterback who made the pass.  Instead of hyping up fans by showing who made the beautiful pass, they left the door open for speculation, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do.  My money is on Terry Wilson, but who do you think is the culprit?

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Article written by Nick Roush

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

41 Comments for Which UK Quarterback Threw this Incredible Touchdown?



  1. ononuk71
    11:02 am August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Looks like a left handed spiral . Danny Clark.



    • Mathlete
      11:07 am August 15, 2018 Permalink

      It’s spinning the wrong way to be a lefty (unless Danny’s throwing motion involves pushing his arm up like he’s raising the roof at the end of his release)



    • Dowser
      2:03 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      I agree with Mathlete



    • Corder
      12:49 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      My thought exactly. I think people forget that Danny Clark had a lot of hype around him when he was going to Ohio state.



    • demoCrAT
      5:40 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      Bowden threw it to himself?



  2. davisfeathers
    11:02 am August 15, 2018 Permalink

    one of the right handed QBs imo



  3. HashtagNoseWhistle
    11:15 am August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Probably the kicker



  4. RackEmWillie
    11:20 am August 15, 2018 Permalink

    A big throw would lead me to believe it was Wilson.

    The real question I have is, will they name a starter before the game? Because someone needs to start running with the 1’s and getting that feel. If they want to run both QB’s, that’s fine. If they’re both going to be the “1,” somebody will have to be 1A.



  5. Christians4Trump
    11:31 am August 15, 2018 Permalink

    definetly GUNNER hoke !!!



  6. Rabbi Li
    11:34 am August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Thrown by a right hander



  7. kydrummer
    11:44 am August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Wilson, Hoak does not have the arm strength for deep throws!



    • Nick
      12:28 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      So how far was this ball thrown?



  8. Bill Selfs Hair Piece
    12:14 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    20 bucks says Charles Walker threw it.



  9. Jmlr1991
    12:17 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Wilson is knowen for the deep ball the outer two are not there u have it

  10. Benny out of the Wildcat.



  11. ukisgr8
    12:18 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Passes ive seen from Wilson are ducks so dont think its him. Clark may be our best qb but its looking like hoak and wilson. The OC keeps talking about opening the playbook. Not gonna happen with Wilson, just not accurate enough and when you have benny snell, why would you want your qb to run?



    • KyZoneBlitz
      1:03 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      NO matter who your RB is, you want your QB to run because it gives an extra dynamic to the offense, of course he must be able to throw the ball too. Which Hinshaw stated Hoak was completing around 75%, which is great, but Wilson was completing around 66%, which isn’t anything to sneeze at. For instance, Stephen Johnson last season was below 60% for the year, if he’s at 66%, we win 10-11 games. I know games are different than practice, but, who knows, we won’t know until we go live on September 1st.



    • KYcats11
      3:21 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      Couldn’t have said it better my self KyZoneBlitz



  12. dylangeorge7988
    12:20 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Lynn out of the Wildcat threw it to himself



  13. KyZoneBlitz
    12:57 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Terry Wilson for sure. Where the video starts, the ball appears to have been in the air for a little bit. Hoak has a decent arm, but his “deep” balls would be around 35-40 yards at most, which doesn’t seem far enough to match the video. The spiral on the ball definitely matches a right handed throw. There is also several videos from summer workouts where Wilson hit Bowden on deep balls. 45-50 yards atleast. No doubt, that pass came from Wilson. Hos problem has been the passes 25 yards and shorter, where Hoak excels. Both QB’s will play game-1, and my guess is because of his years already with the program and in Grand system, Hoak will take the first snaps. However, Wilson’s athleticism, Elite speed, and mobility can’t truly be measured in practice due to the no contact rule. That’s not to say Hoak isn’t mobile, he may not have the wheels that Wilson has, but he definitely isn’t Peyton Manning or Tom Brady. He can move, and is faster than most will give him credit for. Will be interesting to see how it plays out.



  14. Kat 308
    1:35 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    My money is on Lynn Bowden
    He threw it took off running and caught it in stride



    • Kat 308
      1:39 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      Sorry didn’t mean to steal the joke I just saw where someone else posted



  15. BluKudzu
    1:39 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Was that the non cover two?



  16. kjd
    1:55 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Danny Clark, wild guess.
    One deep throw in practice does not mean a whole lot to me. I’m waiting for game day. We’ll all see for ourselves what we have.



  17. Le Docteur
    1:59 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    I’m shocked SHOCKED that KSR would say it’s Wilson. Agenda much?



    • KyZoneBlitz
      6:53 am August 16, 2018 Permalink

      Has nothing to do with an Agenda, if you watch the video, add up the clues, it’s easily seen to be Wilson. No matter who you like or don’t like. First off, I think the people listing Clark, are not paying attention the the video, and think, Big kid, huge Left handed Cannon, and it could have been him, IF, the football would have been spinning the opposite way. The ball is spinning clock-wise, which indicates it was thrown by a right-hand. The spiral of a southpaw spins counterbclock-wise. It’s simple, and you can tell that ball traveled atleast 50, maybe 55-60 yards in the air. I like Hoak, think we can win with him, but he’s not slinging the rock that far. As I previously stated, 40 yards isn’t bad, not great, needs to improve power, arm strength, which should have already been done, him being 3 years into the program now, regardless, with the weapons around whoever wins the job, Benny Snell, a surging AJ Rose, a top-3/4 Oline in the conference (I would put our starting 5 Oline up against any teams, plus our 2nd unit, with Price, Fortner, Dolcine, Watkins, we go atleast 9 deep, and that’s not including any of the freshman that could crack the lineup, like Darain Kinnard), the top rated TE in the country by Mel Kiper in Conrad, and a ton of Wideouts with upper level talent. Bowden, Epps, Tavin Richardson, and the return of Dorian Baker will produce big time for the offense. Also, don’t be surprised of Ahmad Wagner finds hos way onto the field. Dude is a freak of nature with underrated speed. The kid has some burners and is sure handed. Depending on how quickly he picks up the playbook, he could come in and dominate from his first game on. Whoever wins the job, I’m not worried about production, or them not playing well enough for us to win games. My worry is do they have the mentality, the intangibles, the presence and mindset to be a leader that the offense will follow, because regardless of how talented Stephen Johnson was, the dude was a leader, kept the team calm mostly and the other players respected him and followed him. We need that same chain reaction this season with the starter.



  18. CKTermy23
    2:15 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    I actually know who it was it was actually Danny Clark who threw the pass. I have a friend on the team who told me.



  19. Matt10
    2:24 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    It was Eddie Gran. He got pissed, jumped in there and said, “Boys lemme show you how it’s done!”



  20. Booher
    2:27 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Danny Clark



  21. Blue_Cat75
    2:40 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Walker Wood!! (BTW, anyone saying it was Danny Clark is dead wrong. He’s left handed and that’s a right handed spiral. It’s just physics.)



    • kjd
      3:26 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      Yes, after watching on bigger screen, it’s a righty. I’m going with Wilson.



  22. Jesus H. Chrysler
    5:55 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Brad Calapari



  23. jimmer
    6:11 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    Freddie Maggard



    • CombatMedic_98
      8:10 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

      Definitely TIM COUCH or Jared Lorenzen throwing left-handed but “backwards” LOL



  24. CombatMedic_98
    8:09 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    I heard they brought in Drew Barker to show them how to do it right folks…



  25. MadHatter
    8:55 pm August 15, 2018 Permalink

    My money is on the JUGS machine



  26. Greatcatfan
    1:54 am August 16, 2018 Permalink

    People forget with Wilson’s deep accuracy he opens up running lanes for himself and Benny to take some of the heat off his short accuracy issues. But if he is hitting at over 65% that’s excellent for a mobile qb and creates all kinds of defensive problems.