UPDATE: Hill has been ruled out for the rest of the game against the Tigers.
Georgia center Trey Hill departed in the first quarter Saturday night against Missouri with an apparent lower-body injury. Initial reports are he’s dealing with an ankle injury.
On a first-and-10 running play with just under five minutes remaining in the first quarter, it looked like a couple players rolled up on Hill’s legs from behind towards the end of the play. Hill needed assistance getting off the field and immediately entered the blue tent.
Hill then went to the locker room with tape on his ankle.
Offensive lineman Cape Mays shifted to center to replace Hill while Ben Cleveland entered the game at right guard to fill the hole left from Mays. A true sophomore, Mays has played every offensive line position and tight end this season.
Georgia ended the drive where Hill left because of injury with a field goal. The Bulldogs lead Missouri 10-0 in the second quarter.