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Kentucky Wildcats: Week 2 Injury Report

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CoShik Williams will not play tomorrow against Kent St.  He will be replaced by Raymond Sanders and Dyshawn Mobley.
CoShik Williams will not play tomorrow against Kent St. He will be replaced by Raymond Sanders and Dyshawn Mobley.

Courtesy of College Injury Report, here's the latest on the Wildcats, and we do have a few players dinged up. Here is the latest list of injuries for the Kent St. Golden Flashes game:

Date Time Player Name Pos Status Injury Notes
09/06 11:45pm Josh Forrest S/LB Out Hip Forrest has a hip flexor and has not practiced all week. Coach Phillips said the RS freshman backup will not play vs. Kent State.
09/06 11:42pm CoShik Williams RB Out Back Williams suffered a back injury in the season opener and has been ruled out for the week two contest with Kent State. The senior starter will be replaced by sophomore Raymond Sanders. Sanders will be backed up by freshman Dyshawn Mobley.
09/06 11:39pm Glenn Faulkner S Out High ankle
Faulkner has an undisclosed injury [high ankle sprain] and is expected to be out at least five to six weeks. The sophomore reserve played in 11 games last year and recorded one tackle.
09/06 11:36pm Josh Clemons RB Out Knee Clemons suffered a knee injury but the results of an MRI showed no structural damage. The sophomore is projected as the team's starting tailback this fall after rushing for 279 yards and two TDs in 2011, however, his knee keeps swelling up. Clemons had the knee scoped recently is expected to miss the week two contest.
09/01 11:17pm Jordan Aumiller TE Questionable Foot Aumiller is battling plantar fascia and is listed as day to day. The junior started 10 games in 2010 but only one contest in 2011.
09/01 11:04pm Anthony Kendrick TE Out For Year Academics Kendrick did not meet academic requirements and will miss the 2012 season. The junior has played in 18 games the past two years, starting two, and will continue to practice with the team while getting his class issues straightened out for next fall.