Josh Paschal gave Kentucky’s defense its first turnover of the season and came up two yards shy of a pick six, but had to leave the game in the second quarter with an injury. Afterwards, Mark Stoops told reporters that Paschal had a sprained knee, but the junior defensive end doesn’t think it’s too serious.
“We’ll see. Got a little knee sprain. Hopefully it’s nothing major. We’ll see how it goes but obviously it was enough where he couldn’t go back in the game…I just saw him in the locker room and he felt like he’ll be back. Josh is always optimistic.”
If you missed it, here is Josh’s pick:
Josh Paschal nearly took this to the house for Kentucky. ?
— Cats Coverage ? (@CatsCoverage_) October 11, 2020
Junior nose guard Marquan “Bully” McCall did not play in today’s game, which Stoops said was due to a violation of team rules.
“Marquan did not dress and participate because of a violation of team rules and he was suspended for the game,” Stoops said. “He’ll be back next week.”