Will Levis Oct 1, 2022; Oxford, Mississippi, USA; Mississippi Rebels defensive end Tavius Robinson (95) sacks Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Will Levis (7) in the end zone for a safety during the second quarter at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports

Kentucky vs Ole Miss is an important game for both schools this season as both the Rebels and Wildcats came into this contest undefeated and looking to make a statement against each other.

The Rebels looked like the better team in the first half, leading 19-12, though UK tied the game at the beginning of the second half, to make it 19-19. But a lot of the chatter about the game has turned towards Wildcats quarterback Will Levis. Specifically, his fingers.

During a play, Levis’ middle finger got bent out of shape and the pics of his finger are quite disturbing.

The response of some college football fans has been interesting. Quite a few are even comparing the injury to what Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagavailoa has gone through injury-wise and how no one seems to care that he is hurt.

Yikes! it’s hard to even look like it and yet some fans are having a hard time believing the UK staff is letting him play.

It was interesting to see if Levis will be able to continue to play the rest of the afternoon with that obviously broken finger or will the Kentucky staff pull him? Unless he is in pain which apparently he doesn’t appear to be in too much pain or if the game gets out of hand, he will continue to play.


About Stacey Mickles

Stacey is a 1995 graduate of the University of Alabama who has previously worked for other publications such as Sportskeeda and Saturday Down South.