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By LARRY VAUGHT
Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said Monday that sophomore quarterback Maxwell Smith, who did not finish the Louisville game because of a shoulder injury, was scheduled to throw for the first time during today’s practice and is on track to play against Florida. He was again listed co-No. 1 on the depth chart with Jalen Whitlow.
“He’s planning on practicing this afternoon, so we’ll see where he’s at. So hopefully he’ll be on point. He’s going to practice. He’ll be on a pitch count. We’ll keep an eye on how many throws he’s making, maybe just let him ease back into it for a day or so,” Stoops said.
He also indicated that defensive tackle Donte Rumph, who left the Louisville game early with a shoulder injury, will play.
“I feel good. I feel fine (about Rumph),” Stoops said. “Again, I’ll tell you if I feel like anybody’s out for this week. Other than that, we should be good.”