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Redshirts now allowed to play in four games. Here's what that could mean for UK footb

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  • Redshirts now allowed to play in four games. Here's what that could mean for UK footb

    A new NCAA ruling that will allow football players to participate in up to four games in a season without losing their redshirt would’ve been especially handy for Kentucky on numerous occasions during the Mark Stoops era.
    Think about the Austin Peay game in 2016 when quarterback Stephen Johnson was hurting from a knee injury against Tennessee and Drew Barker was out with a back injury.
    At the time, freshman Gunnar Hoak looked ready to play. Coaches wanted to see what he could do, and Hoak needed the live game reps.
    Under the new ruling — announced Wednesday and going into effect this season — Hoak would have been able to play without penalty.

    http://www.kentucky.com/sports/colle...213105024.html
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    Great rule change...

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    • #3
      This is a good rule change.

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