South Carolina football meets Kentucky on Saturday in Lexington. Here is your first look at Kentucky.
Kentucky Season So Far
Kentucky Injuries and Suspensions
[LB] 10/25/2020 – Chris Oats is out for season (Medical)
[TE] 10/25/2020 – Brenden Bates is out indefinitely (Undisclosed)
[RB] 10/25/2020 – Kavosiey Smoke is out indefinitely (Ribs)
[RB] 11/29/2020 – Christopher Rodriguez Jr. is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Undisclosed)
[LB] 11/29/2020 – Jamin Davis is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Knee)
[TE] 11/29/2020 – Justin Rigg is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Undisclosed)
[WR] 11/29/2020 – DeMarcus Harris is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Upper Body)
[DB] 11/29/2020 – Jamari Brown is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Undisclosed)
[LB] 11/29/2020 – D’Eryk Jackson is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Undisclosed)
[RB] 11/29/2020 – Asim Rose is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Leg)
Challenges for South Carolina
South Carolina has had a rough season so far. It’s started against Tennessee, losing a game because of a pick six. A couple of weeks ago head coach Will Muschamp was fired. Now the Gamecocks head to Lexington to face an almost equally suffering Kentucky squad. In Kentucky, you get an opponent that has struggled on offense but has a decent defense. Kentucky’s D would probably be a lot better if the offense sustained drives and kept them off the field. I’m not certain about South Carolina’s personnel issue but I think based on how they’ve played throughout the season they have at least a shot at beating Kentucky.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). You can watch this South Carolina football game on the SEC Network.