Marc Weiszer joins me on this Google Hangout to preview the Mizzou-Georgia matchup on this Saturday. Marc writes for the Athens Banner-Herald and DogBytesOnline.com.
The Bulldogs (4-1, 3-0) will be missing some key players. Georgia won’t have second-leading rusher Keith Marshall after he suffered a season-ending knee injury in last week’s 34-31 overtime win against Tennessee. Todd Gurley, third in the SEC with 112.5 rushing yards per game is doubtful for this week with a bad ankle. Two of Georgia’s top receivers, Justin Scott-Wesley and Michael Bennett, also hurt their knees in the victory over the Vols, and Scott-Wesley is out for the year. The Bulldogs lost one of their top wideouts from the past two seasons, Malcolm Mitchell, in a season-opening loss at then-No. 8 Clemson on Aug. 31.
Yet Weiszer tells about the other weapons they have besides Aaron Murray, that still makes Georgia a tough team to play.