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Kentucky RB sustains Achilles tendon injury

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On the heels of the dismissal of two players this week, Kentucky has taken yet another hit to its roster.

The school confirmed Friday night that running back Josh Clemons sustained an Achilles tendon injury during workouts, confirming a previous report by  Kyle Tucker of the Louisville Courier-Journal. An MRI should reveal the severity of the injury by Monday.

This is not Clemons’ first injury with the Wildcats. He suffered a season-ending knee injury midway through the 2011 season, his freshman year in which he rushed for 279 yards and two touchdowns, and missed all last season recovering.

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1 Response to “Kentucky RB sustains Achilles tendon injury”
  1. sanctusreal says: Jul 13, 2013 4:42 PM

    Man It’s sad to hear about Achilles injures. And this is the second injury in a couple years for him.

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