Brodie Croyle's Wife Says: Injury News and Listen to Kentucky Sports Radio (6-7 pm)
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Brodie Croyle's Wife Says: Injury News and Listen to Kentucky Sports Radio (6-7 pm)

Matt Jonesabout 14 years

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fdddf Its another big night on Kentucky Sports Radio as we celebrate the night before the Chris Singleton decision. We will have the latest news out of Dunwoody, Georgia, including the thoughts of one Div I assistant on why Florida State does so well at getting these guys. In addition, we will look into the Georgia game this weekend for the football team and see how the injury situation stacks up. Plus, I will give you some "just in" scoop on the post-Gardner Webb team morale and practice situation. All of that and we take your phone calls at 1-800-510 ESPN. Use the link below to stream.... Kentucky Sports Radio UPDATE: From Andy Katz at ESPN: Kentucky is missing its top playmaker in Derrick Jasper, who is out indefinitely after microfracture surgery. Jasper is considered the Wildcats' best decision maker and the best-case scenario is that he's on the court on Nov. 26. When he will be playing games, or for that matter in playing shape, is still an unknown to Gillispie. Jodie Meeks hasn't practiced since the Gardner-Webb game, Gillispie said, because of an abdominal strain. Ramel Bradley spent Monday in a boot after having an MRI on his foot. Gillispie said the boot on Bradley's foot was done for precautionary reasons, but his status now is in flux. Bradley is the 'Cats leading scorer at 17 points a game, while Meeks was averaging seven a game. Ramon Harris is out with a stress fracture he suffered in the last exhibition game.

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