Will Levis injury: Mark Stoops updates status of QB ahead of Kentucky-Mississippi State
Will Levis was unavailable for Kentucky on Saturday as it was upset at Kroger Field by South Carolina, the first time the Gamecocks have beaten the Wildcats in Lexington in 10 years.
Levis has been nursing an injured foot, and his status will come into question once more as the Wildcats look to end a 2-game losing streak when they face No. 16 Mississippi State.
During his radio show on Monday, Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops gave an update on his quarterback, who remains “day-to-day” despite seeing some time in practice earlier in the afternoon:
Mark Stoops says on his radio show Will Levis did practice some today. Still calls him day to day though.
— Jon Hale (@JonHale_HL) October 10, 2022
Levis has thrown 12 touchdowns vs. just 4 interceptions in 2022. In his last game, a loss to Ole Miss on Oct. 1, he was 18-of-24 for 220 yards and 2 touchdowns. He dislocated his finger in that contest but also sustained an injury to his foot, leading him to put on a walking boot after the game.
Kickoff between the Wildcats and Bulldogs on Oct. 15 is set for 7:30 p.m. on the SEC Network.