Sweat Can't Act Like He's Been There Before

Sweat Can't Act Like He's Been There Before

Kentucky freshman receiver DeMarcus Sweat claims he acted as if his first collegiate touchdown was no sweat, but UK assistant Andre Woodson witnessed evidence to the contrary.
Kentucky freshman receiver DeMarcus Sweat claims he acted as if his first collegiate touchdown was no sweat, but UK assistant Andre Woodson witnessed evidence to the contrary.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky freshmen receiver DeMarcus Sweat extended his arm to give high fives to members of the UK dance team as he exuberantly raced across of the back of endzone following his 56-yard touchdown catch Saturday night in the Wildcats' win over Kent State.

It's what you'd expect from a player who's first collegiate reception was a 56-yard touchdown.

However, when asked about it on Tuesday, Sweat said while it was fun, the important thing was that he acted like he'd been there before.

UK assistant Andre Woodson said Sweat definitely didn't act like he'd been there before but like the post-touchdown celebration.
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