Suddenly, figuring out who Kentucky's
starting quarterback will be against Louisville is the least of
coach Rich Brooks' problems.
The arrests of quarterbacks Curtis Pulley and Will Fidler in
separate incidents last week have taken the focus off what could
have been a heated battle to replace Andre Woodson.
Fidler was arrested in Lexington on Friday and charged with
disorderly conduct, while Pulley was arrested in Hardin County on
several traffic violations. It was the second run-in with police in
two months for Pulley, who was cited for marijuana possession in
Louisville on June 12.
Brooks had no comment on the arrests, and school spokesman Tony
Neely said both matters will likely be handled internally.
Brooks said last week he expected Pulley and Mike Hartline to
battle for the starting job, and didn't rule out playing both when
the Wildcats visit Louisville on Aug. 31.