Wildcats Effort Improved As Kentucky Returns To Practice

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky returned to the practice field Tuesday missing three key players who are sidelined with high ankle sprains.
Coach Rich Brooks said linebacker Micah Johnson, defensive tackle Ricky Lumpkin and quarterback Randall Cobb are all out indefinitely. He said Cobb's injury is most serious.
Brooks also said he is reevaluating the kicker position. Lones Seiber missed three field goals and had another blocked in Kentucky's 20-14 win Saturday over Middle Tennessee State. Although
Brooks says he would prefer Seiber keep the job, freshman Ryan Tydlacka and senior J.J. Housley also could get some looks.
The Wildcats have a bye week before hosting Western Kentucky in
their final nonconference game.


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