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Head coach Mark Richt, on his call-in show, fielded a question about if Georgia might rotate quarterbacks. The Bulldogs rank 111th in the nation in passing behind starter Hutson Mason. “I think anything’s possible, but I’m not going to sit here and start trying to tell the whole world what we’re going to do before we even talk to our players about how we’re going to rotate things like that.” …Tailback Sony Michel, Richt said, won’t need surgery for his injured left shoulder that is expected to keep him out a while. …Saturday’s UGA captains: center David Andrews and Gurley...
Georgia will have to make due without freshman tailback Sony Michel for a considerable amount of time, coach Mark Richt confirmed Sunday night. “I can’t imagine him playing any time real soon,” Richt said. Michel is second on the Bulldogs with 223 rushing yards on 23 carries, a 9.7 average, and third on the team […]
Cornerback Shattle Fenteng remains out with a shoulder injury sustained in the preseason.
Justin Scott-Wesley was in a regular jersey in practice on Monday, but the wide receiver still looked like he was bothered by an ankle injury that kept him out of practice recently.