LEXINGTON, Ky. – Wide receiver/quarterback Randall Cobb is questionable to play at Georgia on Saturday, Coach Rich Brooks announced Wednesday.
Cobb incurred a bruised shoulder in last Saturday’s win over Vanderbilt. He sat out practice on Tuesday. He participated in some of Wednesday’s workout, but could not complete the entire practice, Brooks said.
Brooks also said that defensive tackle Ricky Lumpkin (illness) and linebacker Micah Johnson (toe, knee) missed Wednesday’s practice but hope to participate on Thursday.
Kentucky plays at Georgia on Saturday at 7:45 p.m. The game will be telecast by ESPN2 and ESPN360.com.
Kentucky Leads Second Day of “Big Blue Crush”: After two days of the annual “Big Blue Crush” blood drive competition between Kentucky and Tennessee, Kentucky leads 1,300 pints to 1,197.
Coach Rich Brooks gave the honorary “first pint” of blood with his donation during his Monday news conference.
The Big Blue Crush takes place from now through Fri. Nov. 20. Fans are invited to donate blood at various sites in Eastern Kentucky, which are listed at www.ckbc.org.
All donors receive a Big Blue Crush T-shirt and gift card from McDonald’s. Donors also are entered in a drawing to win Rich Brooks autographed footballs.
The Big Blue Crush enhances blood supplies to help hospitals in Kentucky make it through the holiday season, when blood donations are traditionally low.
“Cat Walk” Set for 5:30 p.m.: Fans wishing to participate in the “Cat Walk,” cheering the Wildcats when they enter Sanford Stadium on Saturday, should be at Gate 5 of the stadium, on East Campus Road, at 5:30 p.m.