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It looks like the Kentucky Wildcats will be down a key football player this fall, at least for a few weeks.

According to KSR’s Matt Jones, Rodriguez is facing an issue that could lead to him missing games this fall, as his future at Kentucky is, “up in the air.”

This would be a major blow to the Kentucky offense, as Rodriguez is an all-conference back who was set to be a featured weapon for a preseason top-25 Kentucky team.

Now, it looks like Rodriguez may not be here for it, at least for several weeks. Kentucky’s first six games include massive SEC clashes at Florida and at Ole Miss.

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