Georgia starting left tackle Andrew Thomas may be sidelined by injury once again.
Thomas left the Bulldogs’ game against Missouri on Saturday during their second possession with an apparent injury. He started the game after missing the game against Middle Tennessee on Sept. 15 with a sprained ankle.
It’s not clear yet if Thomas re-aggravated the ankle sprain, or if he suffered a new injury.
Freshman Cade Mays, a former 5-star recruit, came in to replace Thomas once again. Mays started against the Blue Raiders last week.
Cornerback Tyson Campbell also left the game in the first quarter with an apparent injury. He returned later in the quarter, but left the game permanently at some point in the second quarter.
The freshman defensive back went into the team injury tent on the sideline after he recovered a fumble and returned it 64 yards for a touchdown to give Georgia a 7-0 lead.