Historically, successful quarterbacks at Kentucky have made substantial jumps in performance in their second seasons as starters.
Andre Woodson went from six touchdown passes in 2005 to 31 in 2006.
Mike Hartline completed 55.3 percent of his throws in 2008 and 59.4 percent the following season.
Stephen Johnson was a 54.7-percent passer in 2016 and a 59.8-percent passer in 2017.
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Given that, there is every reason to think Terry Wilson’s second season as UK’s starting quarterback in 2019 should feature a noticeable improvement.