Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Sometimes football can be a violent game for even those coaches standing on the sideline.
Kentucky offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Randy Sanders broke his arm Saturday in the Louisville game. Kentucky running back Derrick Locke crashed into Sanders when Locke was knocked out of bounds.
Kentucky coach Rich Brooks said that it doesn't appear Sanders will need surgery. Sanders has been at Kentucky since 2006. He was previously the Tennessee offensive coordinator.