Georgia football injury report: Bulldogs missing 3 defensive linemen vs. LSU
BATON ROUGE, La. — Georgia’s defensive line will be as thin as Kirby Smart suggested it might be, with three Bulldogs not traveling to LSU.
Defensive end David Marshall and defensive tackles DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle and Devonte Wyatt did not make the trip to Tiger Stadium.
Marshall is dealing with a foot injury, while Wyatt is out because of a leg injury. Smart has not specified the nature of the injury/absence for Hawkins-Muckle.
Freshman defensive tackle Jordan Davis is making his first road trip, earning his spot last week with a fourth-down stop at the Bulldogs’ 14 in what was then a 7-3 game with Vanderbilt.
Notre Dame graduate transfer Jay Hayes and Malik Herring will get the 15-20 snaps that Marshall typically played behind starter Jonathan Ledbetter.
Three other Georgia players are making their first road trip of the season in addition to Davis:
• OL Owen Condon
• TE Jackson Harris
• P Landon Stratton
Georgia football injury report
CB Tyson Campbell (shoulder) probable
LB Monty Rice (knee) probable
WR Tyler Simmons (shoulder) probable
OG Solomon Kindley (knee) questionable
DE David Marshall (foot) out
DT DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle (unknown) out
DL Devonte Wyatt (lower body) out
DB Divaad Wilson (knee) out
OG Ben Cleveland (leg) out
DB Tray Bishop (internal team issue), out
RB Zamir White (knee), out for season
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