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VAUGHT: Pryor wants to have great season

Kentucky defensive tackle Myron Pryor hopes offseason surgery to repair a broken bone in his wrist won't keep him off the practice field much longer.

"I didn't get to accomplish what I wanted in the offseason because I had to have surgery in January on my wrist," said Pryor. "That kind of set me back. I was not able to run and do some other stuff I would have liked to have done. But my wrist feels better now and in another week or so I hope to get back on the field." Pryor said he sprained the wrist early last season and the... Recommended Stories

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