Watch: Transfer QB Devin Leary throws his first touchdown pass as a Kentucky Wildcat
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Devin Leary’s Kentucky football career is off and running, even if his first touchdown pass in blue and white took a bit longer than expected.
The former North Carolina State quarterback made his debut as a Wildcat on Saturday afternoon in UK’s 2023 season opener against Ball State at Kroger Field.
Leary, a senior who previously played four seasons at N.C. State, tossed his first touchdown pass as a UK player midway through the third quarter, finding wide-open sophomore wide receiver Dane Key near the back of the end zone for a short, 5-yard score.
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