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Receiver Rashad Cunningham suspended for opening game

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky will be without three receivers in Saturday’s opening game. Sophomores Jeff Badet and Alex Montgomery are not ready becasue of injuries while Rashad Cunningham also will miss the game for a violation of team rules. Cunningham played in six games as a redshirt freshman in 2012 but missed all of last …

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Receiver Jeff Badet will miss at least first two games with eye injury

By LARRY VAUGHT During his first 12 years as a college coach, Neal Brown never had a player suffer an eye injury. Now he’s already had two at Kentucky as he gets set to start his second season as offensive coordinator. Last year it was receiver Javess Blue who got hit in the eye with …

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Jeff Badet injures eye when hit with tennis ball; Alex Montgomery still not ready to go

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky’s bad luck with keeping receivers healthy continues as Jeff Badet, who was coming back from a broken ankle, injured his eye when he was hit by a tennis ball during a drill. Last year Javess Blue was injured when he was hit in the eye with a football during pregame warumps …

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Receiver Jeff Badet has broken fibula, receiver A.J. Legree “gonna quit and go play somewhere else”

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky has lost one receiver — A.J. Legree — to transfer and has another one — Jeff Badet — out for the next two to three months with a broken fibula. Badet had 22 catches for 285 yards and a touchdown last season as a true freshman. “He’s gonna be out. He …

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Receivers Jeff Badet, Ryan Timmons, Thaddeus Snodgrass, Joey Herrick all battling injuries

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said today that the Cats are dangerously thin at wide receiver going into Saturday’s Blue-White Spring Game. “I like where we’re going, just getting some guys nicked up and that’s starting to bother me, nothing major, I don’t think anything major, just guys that are going to be …

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One-on-one battles benefiting Kentucky receivers in spring practice

By: ASHLEY SCOBY Some of football’s fiercest battles will probably always remain in the trenches, but for Kentucky, it’s been a “dog fight” slightly closer to the sidelines this spring. Answering their coaches’ call to be more physical, Kentucky’s wide receiver corps has gotten bigger, stronger and maybe a little meaner during the offseason. “It’s …

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Browns says surprising sophomore OL Jordan Swindle co-offensive MVP — ‘he’s played really well’

By LARRY VAUGHT Who does offensive coordinator Neal Brown feel is UK’s offensive MVP going into Saturday night’s game with Tennessee that will end the season? “Well, I think the two guys who’ve played at the highest level all year are (offensive linemen) Darrian Miller and Jordan Swindle. Those are the two guys that have …

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Brown likes veteran leadership, anticipating more consistent explosive plays from Kemp, Timmons in future

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown thinks having young players from winning programs has helped them withstand the rigors of UK’s 2-8 season going into Saturday night’s game at Georgia. However, he also knows guidance from veteran players has helped, too. “They’re not necessarily beat down. But I think the best thing those …

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