Kentucky back-up QB Gunnar Hoak set to transfer

Hoak appeared in five games for Kentucky

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LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – During spring football with the Kentucky program, a big question was what was Gunnar Hoak’s future at Kentucky?
On Tuesday, Hoak put those questions to rest.
Via Twitter, Hoak officially announced he would be entering the transfer portal.

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As a sophomore, Hoak was 13 of 26 passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns.
He saw the first action of career in relief of Terry Wilson against Central Michigan.
He’d lead the cats on a scoring drive capped by a 24-yard touchdown pass to David Bouvier.
While Hoak has announced he’s entering the transfer portal, Mark Stoops says it’s not exactly a “done deal.”
Check out the video for what else Stoops had to say.