Kentucky won't know until sometime right before the game if it will have sophomore Randall Cobb against Georgia on Saturday.
Cobb, who's practiced sparingly this week with a bruised shoulder, will be a game-time decision, Kentucky coach Rich Brooks said following practice Thursday. Cobb was able to take a few reps in practice, but Brooks has said he has to be convinced that Cobb can protect himself physically before allowing him to play.
Cobb has been one of the most versatile offensive threats in the SEC. He has 12 touchdowns and leads the league in touchdowns per game.
Especially with quarterback Mike Hartline out, Cobb is critical to the Wildcats' offensive success. He lines up at quarterback in the Wildcat formation and is also their top receiver.