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By LARRY VAUGHT
Texas receiver T.V. Williams readily admits he was surprised by the buzz over UK football and how big a football state Kentucky is.
“It did surprise me at first. I couldn’t explain it to any of my friends. They were like, ‘What is wrong with Twitter?’ I was getting hit (on Twitter). I just fell in love with the Big Blue Nation. We have the best fans in the world. It is amazing. I am so happy to be part of it and able to say I am a Kentucky Wildcat now,” Williams , who committed to UK Tuesday, said.
“I would tell the fans to keep it up for everybody. It means a lot. A lot of colleges hate it (fan interaction on social media). A lot of college fans hate it and say it is inappropriate for grown adults to tell children about their college decision. But there’s not a rule against it. It is a good recruiting tool to show how great our fans are. If you don’t like it, don’t do it. But Kentucky fans are great at it.”