Tuesday, October 14, 2003

Lorenzen questionable for Ohio game

The Associated Press

LEXINGTON - Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen did not practice Monday because of a concussion, and team doctors have not determined whether he will play Saturday against Ohio.

During his weekly news conference, coach Rich Brooks said he thought Lorenzen would be available, but that the doctors would make the decision.

Shane Boyd could start. He led UK to two touchdowns after Lorenzen suffered a concussion on the final play of the third quarter in a 27-21 loss to South Carolina.

MIAMI REDHAWKS: Miami and WB64 announced that the MU-Kent State game Oct. 25 will be televised. Kickoff is 2 p.m.

The WB64/ESPN+ package resumes at 3 p.m. Saturday as the RedHawks (5-1, 2-0 MAC) travel to Ball State (3-3, 2-0 MAC).

• Freshman wideout Ryne Robinson and sophomore linebacker Derek Rehage (Brookville) were named MAC East Division special teams and defensive players of the week for their roles in Miami's 59-3 victory over Buffalo.

ARMY: Coach Todd Berry was fired Monday after compiling a 5-35 record over four years, including 0-6 this season. Army plays at UC Oct. 25.

MIAMI HURRICANES: Receiver Roscoe Parrish was released from a Tallahassee hospital Monday, two days after a brutal hit caused internal bleeding and a stay in the intensive care unit.

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