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Everything Mark Stoops had to say about Jordan Jones’ injury

Mark Stoops’ post-practice press conference left the media with some upsetting news: Kentucky linebacker Jordan Jones will not play against South Carolina this weekend due to an unspecified shoulder injury.

Jones injured his shoulder last week against Eastern Kentucky, but Stoops wouldn’t go into the details of the injury.

“It does me no good,” Stoops said. “I’m not a doctor. I know there’s a lot of speculation. It’s a shoulder injury and there isn’t a timeline right now.”

Stoops added that Jones is “week-to-week,” meaning he may not even be able to compete against Florida on Sept. 23.

It may be a stretch to play next week quite honestly,” Stoops said. “He’ll play when the doctors tell him he can play.”

In the mean time, sophomore Eli Brown and redshirt freshman Jamar “Boogie” Watson will fill the starting positions. Jamin Davis, a true freshman, will be “on call,” according to Stoops.

Watch the rest of what Coach Stoops had to say here:


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4 Comments for Everything Mark Stoops had to say about Jordan Jones’ injury



  1. Catlogic15
    7:30 pm September 14, 2017 Permalink

    This will be a real test of Stoops recruiting. A litmus test, as a defensive prodigy, which helped land him this job. Let’s see what you’ve developed Mr. Stoops.



  2. shepdog3720
    8:17 pm September 14, 2017 Permalink

    UCK!



  3. TBW3011
    10:20 pm September 14, 2017 Permalink

    USC Jr is mediocre. Afraid that’s a couple levels above us right now. With or without Jones.



  4. Luether
    10:45 pm September 14, 2017 Permalink

    Not looking good for the Cats against the Cocks – especially without Jones…