Senior defense tackle Tymere Dubose did not play in Kentucky’s 34-23 win over Middle Tennessee state due to a suspension.
The senior nose tackle, who was on the field for the pregame festivities, was held out of the lineup due to a violation of team rules.
Head Coach Mark Stoops said Dubose had the choice as to which game he would sit saying “Tymere, and I talked about it, and I actually gave him an option on a couple games.”
The senior chose today. His best game of the season came opening day against Central Michigan when he recorded three tackles and half a sack.
You hate to see a senior not get to play in his final home game, but the good thing for Dubose is this isn’t the end of his collegiate career. With Kentucky set to play in a bowl game, Dubose will get to play and practice for at least another month.
Dubose will be available to play in Kentucky’s final regular season game against Louisville.