Kentucky could be without its most potent
offensive weapon when the Wildcats travel to Georgia on Saturday.
Kentucky coach Rich Brooks said wide receiver/quarterback
Randall Cobb is questionable at best for the showdown with the
Bulldogs because of a bruised shoulder. Cobb did not finish
practice on Wednesday and there's a chance even if Cobb does play
he would be limited.
Cobb is Kentucky's second-leading rusher with 396 yards and
seven touchdowns while running out of the wildcat formation. He
also leads the team with 32 receptions for 384 yards and four
Even if Cobb can go, it's unlikely he'd see much time behind
center. Brooks said the sophomore's body has taken too much abuse
the last few weeks while carrying a heavier workload following an
injury to starting quarterback Mike Hartline.