Terry Wilson, aka Touchdown Terry, has had his highs and his lows, but he will always be remembered in Kentucky Football history as the quarterback that led Kentucky back to football relevancy. Now, I have never been a fan of Terry Wilson. I think it’s fair to say he underperformed last season but even at that level, he led Kentucky to 10 wins. Well as we approach the season, Kentucky fans have a new enemy and his name is Braden Gall from ESPN Nashville.
Braden Gall is someone who thinks his word is the bible, so in trying to gain some twitter interaction he has begun ranking his QB’s in every league of College Football. Now, in order to get the most interaction you attack the best fan base right? That’s exactly as he did as he ranks Terry as the worst quarterback in the SEC. You know, the same Terry that led the Wildcats to a 5-3 record in the SEC last season and the same Terry who battled through injury all last season. This dude is a buffoon.
Terry Wilson has what it takes to be an elite quarterback. He is tall, athletic, and can run the RPO offense which the NFL seems to be leaning towards. He has the arm to make the downfield threat but you really never know where his ball will go. He has experienced the lowest of lows, including his season opener against Central Michigan where he went 11-18 with only 78 yards and 2 interceptions but he also has had his highlights when he beat Florida at the Swamp by throwing two touchdowns and running for one more. Terry has shown he has what it takes, especially against Kentucky’s rival opponents. To say he is the worst quarterback in the SEC after he led Kentucky into the Swamp to defeat Franks and the Gators to end a long streak. To have Franks ranked above Terry is just as disrespectful as having Terry last.
It’s sad to see national media getting so scared of the Cats. They look like cowards and they absolutely should be scared. The rise of Kentucky Football has just begun…be ready for more slander in the future.
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