No. 1 Georgia (6-0) is dealing with several key injuries ahead of the SEC East matchup with Vanderbilt (3-3) on Saturday in Athens.
The game will kickoff at 3:30 from Sanford Stadium.
Here’s an updated Georgia injury report ahead of the matchup.
RB Kendall Milton
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Milton sustained a groin injury against Auburn and missed the second half.
Kirby Smart said Milton is ‘probable’ this week.
WR Adonai Mitchell
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Mitchell sustained an ankle injury Week 2 against Samford and has missed the last four games.
Kirby Smart after Tuesday’s practice: “Adonai has looked better, but he hasn’t probably looked as good as I thought he did in pregame last week… He didn’t really tweak it again, but he’s not 100%. He’s been very similar this week as he was last week.”
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Mondon suffered an ankle injury in Georgia’s win at Missouri in Week-5 and was out last week.
Kirby Smart: “Smael’s been very similar to last week.”
LB Trezmen Marshall
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Marshall missed last week’s game with a knee injury.
Kirby Smart: “Trezmen warms up, gets loose. He looked much better today. He’s able to practice and take some reps.”
DL Jalen Carter
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Injury: Knee (MCL)
Carter was knocked out of the game at Missouri due to an MCL sprain and the timetable for return is unknown.
RB Andrew Paul
Injury: Knee (ACL)
LB CJ Washington
The true freshman suffered a neck injury in spring practice. Washington is working his way back but a timetable for his return has not been disclosed.
TE Arik Gilbert
Kirby Smart: ‘Arik is day-to-day.’
Gilbert has not seen the field in the last four games due to undisclosed reasons.
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