Timmons Time!

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 8/06/2013 12:04 am
Ryan Timmons is an outstanding athlete and was an in-state recruiting coup when Mark Stoops swooped in and stole the speedy Franklin County Flyer back in February on national signing day.

Everybody in the state is ready to see Timmons in blue and white (check out the video to see his new jersey).  Timmons will be  No. 1 for UK.

He's got the hype and the buzz much like the program as a whole...but what will be expected of the freshman athlete?  How do those expectations stack up against the program's goals and will Timmons even remain at receiver with the seemingly growing number of running back woes?

Hear from OC Neal Brown, RB coach Chad Scott and Timmons in the video.

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