Georgia’s starting tailback Ken Malcome practiced with a cast on Monday after suffering a sprained left wrist in Saturday’s win against Buffalo and he expects to play this weekend against the Tigers. “Out there, I caught the ball and ran,” Malcome, told the Athens Banner-Herald. Malcome rushed for 32 yards on six carries.
Other injury notes on the Bulldogs. Cornerback Malcolm Mitchell, who missed the Buffalo game and was on crutches Saturday, is listed as limited with a left ankle sprain. Starting right offensive tackle, freshman, John Theus didn’t practice Monday and their top backup offensive lineman Watts Dantzler also missed practice. Both are dealing with sprained left ankles.
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