ATHENS — Georgia football coach Kirby Smart said his offensive line is “pretty clean across the board” after getting nicked up at Florida.
The Bulldogs head coach also said he’s not yet sure about the status of right guard Ben Cleveland, who hasn’t played since suffering a broken left fibula at Missouri on Sept. 22.
Cleveland made the trip to Jacksonville, but he didn’t play against the Gators.
“Ben is going to get some work this week,” Smart said.
Defensive end David Marshall, who suffered a foot injury against Vanderbilt and has missed the last two games, has been upgraded to questionable, Smart indicated.
Offensive tackle Andrew Thomas left the Florida game after getting his leg rolled up on, but he returned later when Kendall Baker suffered an undisclosed injury.
Smart said freshman offensive lineman Cade Mays was playing through some pain during the Florida game, too, but he didn’t specify the ailment.
Receiver Mecole Hardman left the Florida game with what appeared to be a right ankle injury, but he also returned on the next series.
D’Andre Swift missed the bye week with an ankle injury but he looked completely healed in recording the first 100-yard game of his career.
Linebacker Robert Beal didn’t make the trip, but Smart explained after the game that the redshirt freshman had a funeral to attend.
Georgia football injury report
OT Andrew Thomas (ankle) probable
OL Kendall Baker (unknown) probable
CB Tyson Campbell (shoulder) probable
LB Monty Rice (knee) probable
WR Tyler Simmons (shoulder) probable
DL Devonte Wyatt (lower body) probable
OG Solomon Kindley (knee) probable
OG Ben Cleveland (left foot) questionable
DT DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle (unknown) questionable
DB Divaad Wilson (knee) questionable
DE David Marshall (foot) questionable
DB Tray Bishop (internal team issue), out
RB Zamir White (knee), out for season