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Kentucky’s Will Levis Remains In Game After Gruesome Finger Injury

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Kentucky football may be off to a rough start in today’s Top 25 SEC matchup with Ole Miss, but quarterback Will Levis’s toughness certainly can’t be questioned.

Down 14–6 deep in Kentucky territory, Levis was flushed into his own end zone by the Rebels’ defensive pressure. He attempted to throw the ball away as Tavius Robinson and Troy Brown bore down on him, and was called for an intentional grounding in the end zone, resulting in a safety.

The safety added insult to apparent injury. As Levis got up off the turf, cameras caught him looking at his left hand, with his middle finger bent at an extremely painful looking angle.