Mike Weaver/Special to Courier Journal, Louisville Courier Journal via Imagn Content Services, LLC
Kentucky starting nose tackle Marquan McCall will miss Saturday's game vs. LSU after suffering an injury last week, Wildcats coach Mark Stoops confirmed on Monday. Per 247Sports:

“He’ll be out for a little bit,” Stoops said. “Lower extremity.”

McCall was injured early in the Florida game and returned to the sidelines in a boot and walking on crutches. The Michigan native is in his first year as a starter after serving as the backup at nose guard behind Quinton Bohanna for the past three years. To this point the 6-foot-3, 344-pounder has been a solid presence in the middle of Kentucky’s 3-4 defense. He’s been credited with six tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss. Unfortunately for McCall, he was coming off one of the best games of his career at South Carolina the week before the Florida game.
Backup defensive lineman Josaih Hayes is expected to start in McCall's place.

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Dr. Morgus31 months
That’s huge….literally
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TigahJay31 months
Our ypc just went up from 1 to 1.5
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NorthshoreTiger7631 months
His backup will be SEC defensive player of the week
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Great, so now we get to see his backup drag nuts across Liam all night.
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Doesn't matter. Kentucky by 20.
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wesman2131 months
Liam Shanahan, your day just got a bit easier. You're now expected to get some serious push!
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Nothing is easy for him.
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MSTiger3331 months
Doesn’t matter. KY by 10
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