LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky quarterback Terry Wilson was carted off the field with an apparent leg injury during the third quarter of the Wildcats' game against Eastern Michigan. Wilson was running when he was grabbed from behind by an Eastern Michigan defender and thrown to the ground. A horse-collar penalty was called, but the damage had been done. No update has yet been made available by the school. Wilson had a brace on his knee as he was carted off.
Wilson was 14 of 26 passing for 114 yards before leaving the game with an injury. He rushed for a touchdown from two yards out to put the Wildcats ahead 24-3 in the third quarter. The Del City, Oklahoma, native has started every game at Kentucky since enrolling in the spring of 2018.