ATHENS — It looks like Georgia will indeed be without its top special teams star, who also happens to be a starting receiver.
Isaiah McKenzie is “doubtful” to play at Tennessee, head coach Mark Richt said after Wednesday’s practice. McKenzie hurt his hamstring in Saturday’s loss to Alabama.
“His hamstring is bothering him,” Richt said. “He’s not likely. You never know. But right now I’d say doubtful.”
The good news for Georgia is starting center Brandon Kublanow practiced a second straight day. He left the Alabama game with a sprained ankle.
“Kublanow’s been working, not every minute of every practice, but he’s been working,” Richt said. “He’ll travel (to Tennessee).”