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Georgia freshman WR Dominick Blaylock suffers knee injury, out for game

ATLANTA — Georgia freshman receiver Dominick Blaylock left the game with a knee injury at the 3:48 mark of the first quarter after making an 11-yard each.

Blaylock attempted to plant and cut back after making the catch from Jake Fromm with his team down 7-0 when the knee gave way.

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Blaylock was carted off to the locker room and has been ruled out for the rest of the game, per the Bulldogs coaching staff.

The Georgia drive ended with a missed 52-yard field goal by Rodrigo Blankenship.

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The Bulldogs also reported that linebacker Quay Walker was knocked out of the game with a right shoulder injury in he first quarter.

Georgia started the game without top receiver Lawrence Cager, who underwent season-ending knee surgery on Nov. 29.

UGA is also without freshman George Pickens in the first half of the SEC Championship Game after Pickens was ejected last Saturday for fighting in the third quarter at Georgia Tech.


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