ATHENS — Isaiah Wynn, perhaps Georgia’s best offensive lineman, should be back at practice Monday after leaving Satuurday’s season opener with a leg injury.
The junior was seen walking around Georgia’s practice facility without any limitations. And head coach Kirby Smart said he anticipated Wynn being able to practice.
“We think he’s good,” Smart said.
There don’t appear to be any serious injuries for Georgia coming out of the game. Outside linebacker Chuks Amaechi, who also left the game with an injury, should also be fine, according to Smart.
Receiver Riley Ridley has an ankle sprain and may be limited in practice. But Smart indicated there was nothing that serious.
“We’ve got some guys dinged up,” Smart said.
Amaechi didn’t start, but got a lot of snaps, finishing with one tackle. Ridley also came off the bench, but did not have any catches.