Three Wildcats Will Try To Play Through Pain

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Three of Kentucky's offensive stars will have to play through nagging injuries Saturday when the Wildcats host Mississippi State.

Wide receiver Keenan Burton, tight end Jacob Tamme and tailback Tony Dixon didn't practice yesterday.

But coach Rich Brooks says all three should be on the field on a limited basis today.

Burton sprained his knee during the team's loss to Florida.

Tamme has been wearing a boot on his left ankle because of toe and foot problems while Dixon has a sprained knee.


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