Benny Snell doesn't plan to sit out Kentucky's bowl game

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Kentucky junior running back Benny Snell could be playing in his final regular season game as a Wildcat on Saturday.

Snell has a big decision to make at the end of the season. He says that "Snell Yeah Enterprise" will be meeting once after the Louisville game and then again following the bowl game to decide his future.

Snell needs 207 yards to break the school's all-time rushing record held by Sonny Collins. He has two games left to break the record if he chooses to play in Kentucky's bowl game. At this point, Snell says he plans to play and not skip the bowl game to prepare for the NFL draft like some other high profile players around the country have done in the past.

"I'm going to speak to my team about that one, but I want to play. I like playing every game. I'm a football player, that's what I do. I plan on playing."





 
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