By LARRY VAUGHT
Kentucky suffered its first major injury of preseason camp when sophomore safety Darius West injured his knee and will miss the season.
Kentucky coach Mark Stoops noted that West was hurt Friday when he tore his patellar tendon.
He had played in 10 games last season and had 17 tackles last season.
Fortunately for Kentucky, seniors Marcus McWilson and Blake McClain have experience and likely will fill the void created by West’s injury.
Stoops also said that running back Mikel Horton had an ankle injury.