By LARRY VAUGHT
Not long after Kentucky beat Florida 27-16 last week to end a 31-year losing streak to the Gators, redshirt freshman quarterback Danny Clark posted this on Twitter:
“There isn’t a better feeling in the world #
However, that feeling apparently is shared by Clark’s father who posted a tweet today saying he was “very excited” about the new Division I transfer rules that basically make it possible for a player to transfer anywhere he or she wants with or without the approval of the school he or she is leaving. He tagged both Danny Clark and his brother, Caden, a tight end verbally committed to Alabama.
Clark was a four-star recruit and one-time Ohio State commit before deciding to play for the Cats instead of the home-state Buckeyes. He redshirted last year when Stephen Johnson started and is listed No. 3 on the depth chart behind Terry Wilson and Gunnar Hoak this season going into Saturday’s game against Murray State.
Clark’s father deleted the tweet and the UK quarterback’s last tweet is from three days ago. Danny Clark’s Twitter timeline also has no mentions of transfer thoughts and he’s always seemed team-oriented and well liked by teammates. However, quarterbacks also want to play and with Wilson and Hoak, both sophomores in front of him, his playing time going forward looks very limited.