- Associated Press - Thursday, October 14, 2010

LEXINGTON, KY. (AP) - Kentucky will likely be without leading rusher Derrick Locke for Saturday’s game against No. 10 South Carolina.

Coach Joker Phillips says Locke doubtful due stingers in both shoulders, including one suffered during last week’s loss to Auburn. The senior is fourth in the SEC in rushing, averaging 95.7 yards per game.

If Locke can’t play, Phillips says the Wildcats will rely more on wide receiver Randall Cobb, who sometimes takes snaps out of the “WildCobb” formation.

The Wildcats will also use sophomore Donald Russell, who had 51 yards of total offense in the second half against Auburn after Locke went out with an injury.

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