ATHENS — Two Georgia offensive starters will begin the week questionable for the trip to Tennessee, thanks to injuries that occurred in Saturday’s loss to Alabama.
Receiver Isaiah McKenzie, also the team’s top punt and kick returner, re-injured his hamstring. But head coach Mark Richt categorized McKenzie as a “maybe” for the Tennessee game.
Center Brandon Kublanow sprained his ankle on Saturday, “to what degree it’s hard to say,” Richt said. It doesn’t appear surgery will be required.
“If he had to practice today I don’t know if he could,” Richt said. “We’ll go day-by-day on him.”
There was some good injury news: Safety Dominick Sanders, who left the game with what seemed like a leg injury, appears good to go.
“I think he’s fine,” Richt said. “He had a little stinger. But nothing big.”