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Injury Report: “Three ankles and a knee” to worry about

Kentucky began the game with Terry Wilson on the sideline in street clothes beneath his No. 3 jersey, and he was soon joined by the other No. 3, cornerback Cedrick Dort, who started and then needed a boot over his right ankle before halftime.

Dort was the first of four concerning injuries against the Bulldogs. Luke Fortner, DeAndre Square and then Kenneth Horsey would join him with trips to locker room to get checked out.

Mark Stoops said afterward, “We got three ankles and a knee. Cedrick Dort, Luke, Kenneth Horsey and Square got different things. I think Horsey has the knee and then three ankles, so we’ll see how bad they are later on tonight and tomorrow.

“Hopefully they won’t be out too long. I’m not sure at this point.”

 

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

3 Comments for Injury Report: “Three ankles and a knee” to worry about



  1. bigblue98
    4:24 pm October 31, 2020 Permalink

    Sounds like we need to forfeit. Can we just forfeit the rest of the year? When they play not to lose they really shouldn’t go out on the field at all.



  2. zoupman
    5:10 pm October 31, 2020 Permalink

    Team played hard. Ga just better. No shame in that.



  3. Pensacola_Cat_Fan
    7:32 pm October 31, 2020 Permalink

    Does it really matter at this point?