Will Levis sustains gruesome-looking injury to finger during Kentucky's game vs. Ole Miss
The Kentucky Wildcats and Ole Miss Rebels are going head to head in Oxford this afternoon.
During a 3rd-and-12 play from his own 11-yard line, Kentucky quarterback Will Levis was sacked in the end zone by Ole Miss’ Tavius Robinson and Troy Brown for a safety. But, it was probably the injury to Levis’ finger that hurt worse than the penalty itself.
After the safety play, the QB held up his hand, displaying a badly dislocated finger.
Will Levis' finger 😬 😬 pic.twitter.com/2BxCJRLBpx
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Although UK’s backup QB was observed taking snaps on the sideline, Levis was able to return to the game after receiving medical attention. The injury was to the QB’s non-throwing hand.
It’s been a rough game all around for the Wildcats, as they fell behind by double digits in the 1st quarter. Like their QB, Kentucky has battled back at halftime to come within one score of the No. 14 Rebels, 12-19.