By LARRY VAUGHT
Some good, some bad.
That’s how Kentucky coach Mark Stoops described his team’s quarterback play after Saturday’s scrimmage, the first major scrimmage of spring practice.
“I’d like to say it’s all good across the board, but everybody says it, but it’s true about they need players around them. Offensively you have to be in sync. You have to have some guys that will create some big things for you,” Stoops said.
“We did hit some today. It seemed like after some of the ones were out of there, they did hit some. That’s what we need. The quarterbacks will be fine. We need guys to make big plays around them.”
Stoops said redshirt sophomore Gunnar Hoak and junior college transfer Terry Wilson split first-team reps in the scrimmage.
“Right now, with the way this spring has gone, we’re fairly thin offensively. It’s hard to get all the reps that you need,” Stoops said. “We really can use 200 plays out there, but we’re too thin at certain spots to do that.
“The quarterbacks need the live reps, as many as we can get. But we try to even that out. But Gunnar starts the first two or three series and then Terry gets some with the ones as well.”