LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Kentucky football coach Rich Brooks says safety Marcus McClinton will miss the rest of the regular season with a fractured scapula.
McClinton has been one of the top playmakers in the Wildcats secondary. He suffered the injury while making a tackle during the Wildcats' 31-14 loss to Mississippi State Saturday. Brooks said McClinton should be available to play in the team's postseason bowl game.
The Wildcats have other banged up players who will use their upcoming bye week for healing.
Running back Rafael Little is nursing a thigh bruise and wide receiver Keenan is recovering from a sprained ankle. Both sat out of Kentucky's game against Mississippi State.
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