Before Georgia takes on LSU in the SEC championship game, the Bulldogs have a key non-conference game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
The Bulldogs enter the game with relatively good health, as head coach Kirby Smart provided an injury update on some of Georgia’s banged up players.
Starting right guard Tate Ratledge did not play in the team’s win over Kentucky due to a subluxation. Smart clarified that it was a shoulder injury that kept Ratledge. He had started all 10 games for Georgia prior to the game against the Wildcats. Devin Willock got the start in his place.
“He probably could’ve gone but we wanted to give Devin a shot,” Smart said of Ratledge.
The Bulldogs were also without AD Mitchell once again, as he is still recovering from a high-ankle sprain he suffered against Samford. The injury has lingered far longer than any thought it would. Mitchell did not travel for either of Georgia’s last two games.
Smart added that Mitchell did hit higher GPS speeds but that he was not doing any team drills.
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