ATHENS — Two Georgia starters are possibilities to play at Notre Dame, while another seems unlikely.
Cornerback Aaron Davis (hamstring) and right guard Solomon Kindley (ankle) seem likely to make the trip, though how much they’ll play remains uncertain.
But cornerback Malkom Parrish remains week to week with a foot injury that caused him to miss the season opener against Appalachian State, coach Kirby Smart said.
Davis started at left cornerback against Appalachian State, then came out in the first half because of the injury. The former walk-on, a senior, has started 31 games over his Georgia career, playing just about every position in the secondary.
“We think A.D.’s going to be fine and be able to go,” Smart said.
Kindley, who was the first-team right guard throughout preseason, did not play on the offensive line on Saturday because of the ankle injury. But while Smart indicated that Kindley is healthier this week, he also indicated it’s not certain whether he will be ready to start on Saturday.
“We hope Solomon is able to go. We’re going to find out a lot more what the recovery is,” Smart said. “We’ll find out a little more where he is today.”
Parrish is perhaps Georgia’s best cornerback and one of the top tacklers on the defense. He had foot surgery a couple of weeks into preseason camp and was still in a walking boot and on crutches Saturday.