Rested Wildcats Finally Healthy Following Bye Week

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky football coach Rich Brooks says that coming off consecutive losses and with several players trying to get healthy, the Wildcats' bye week was much needed.

The coach says now his team is as healthy as it's been all season. Running back Tony Dixon remains questionable, but everyone else should be available against Vanderbilt this weekend.

Brooks says his team's biggest challenge will be finding a way to slow star Vanderbilt wide receiver Earl Bennett.


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