Meet The Freshmen Football Cats

Meet The Freshmen Football Cats

How'd Pancho Thomas get his name? That answer and comical comments from several of Kentucky's freshmen football players from media day.
How'd Pancho Thomas get his name? That answer and comical comments from several of Kentucky's freshmen football players from media day.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky's freshmen football players will be off limits to the media during fall camp. So, Friday's media day offered the opportunity to hear from a few of the newcomers.

We learned how linebacker Pancho Thomas got his name.

We found out that Langston Newton hears "Morgan's little brother" quite a bit.

Six-foot-seven offensive lineman Jordan Swindle revealed, while he's a happy guy who smiles a lot, he's also a "nasty dude."

We noticed defensive back Sterling Wright from Miami also likes to show his pearly whites.

The twin sons of former Oklahoma Sooners basketball star Mookie Blaylock - Daron and Zack - are a pair of confident Cats.

Running back Dyshawn Mobley, who can deadlift 630 pounds, credits Kentucky's hospitable people with helping him to decide to become a Wildcat.

Louisville DuPont Manual defensive tackle Thomas Chapman said he got goose bumps putting on the uniform and standing on the Commonwealth Stadium turf.
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