LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – It seems like the Kentucky Wildcats can’t get through a scrimmage without someone getting hurt.
The latest casualty was Dorian Baker who was injured in the team’s second scrimmage of fall camp Saturday. The senior wide receiver went down with what head coach Mark Stoops called a “substantial” ankle injury.
Stoops said he would update the media in the next couple days but it’s likely Baker will miss some time this year.
Baker's injury comes a week after the team lost offensive tackle Cole Mosier, a fifth year senior, to a torn ACL in the first scrimmage.
Like Mosier, Baker was expected to be a starter this year. In 25 career games, he has 89 catches for 1,019 yards. He has six career touchdowns.
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