Georgia Defensive Linemen Head Long List Of Injured Dawgs

Georgia Defensive Linemen Head Long List Of Injured Dawgs

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Georgia Defensive Linemen Head Long List Of Injured Dawgs


Georgia and Kentucky kickoff in about three hours for a chance to represent the SEC East in Atlanta for the conference championship.

The Dawgs will be missing several key players, especially along the defensive front. As well as the Wildcats run the ball, the defensive front rotation will be tested.

For a full injury report, including all players, click here.

DL DAVID MARSHALL

Marshall’s absence is the most significant. The foot injury suffered in the Vanderbilt game has now held him out for almost four weeks. Sophomore Malik Herring has stepped up in his absences to play an increased number of snaps.

DL DAQUAN HAWKINS-MUCKLE

Georgia hasn’t released the reason the senior nose tackle hasn’t played since the Vanderbilt game.

DL MICHAIL CARTER 

After playing in the first seven games, Carter missed the trip to Jacksonville with an undisclosed injury and the Dawgs haven’t released any additional information.

DL JUSTIN YOUNG

The redshirt junior played in the season opener but hasn’t seen action since. before the LSU game. He played in just four games last season and nine the previous year.

Wide receiver Mecole Hardman, who has a leg injury last week, is listed as probable. Sophomore offensive tackle Andrew Thomas, who has been hobbled by ankle injuries for the past few weeks and offensive lineman Kendall Baker, who was banged up in the Florida game, are listed as probable. Offensive tackle Ben Cleveland, who made the trip to Jacksonville but hasn’t played the last three games due to a broken bone in his leg, is listed as questionable.

No. 6 Georgia has won eight in a row against No. 9 Kentucky. This is arguably the biggest game in Kroger Field history and the Wildcats are seeking their first trip to the SEC Championship game.

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