Cats Injuries Adding Up On Defense

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - As many as four other key Kentucky
defensive players could join defensive tackle Myron Pryor on the
sideline Saturday against Florida in what coach Rich Brooks calls
the Wildcats' scariest defensive challenge of the year.
Pryor's high ankle sprain didn't allow him to practice this
week, and he will not play against the Gators. But Brooks says it
remains unclear whether others who have practiced will be
available. They include linebacker and defensive captain Braxton
Kelly, linebacker Johnny Williams, safety Marcus McClinton and
cornerback David Jones.
Those injuries are in addition to the ones on the offensive side
for Kentucky (5-2, 1-2). Top receiver Dicky Lyons Jr. and top
running back Derrick Locke are out for the year with knee injuries.

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