Mark Richt indicated during his hour-long broadcast Monday that wide receiver Reggie Davis has been cleared to practice. The junior did not return to the Kentucky game after suffering what initially was thought to be a concussion on a punt return early in the first quarter.
Richt said Monday that it was determined that Davis did not suffer a concussion and rather was just left with a bad headache.
That’s good news for the Bulldogs. Davis not only is the team’s fourth-leading receiver (12 catches, 187 yards) but also their primary kick returner. He has a team-high 14 kickoff returns for 300 yards and eight punt returns for 110 yards.
In Davis’ absence, Isaiah McKenzie and Terry Godwin returned punts. Up-back Kirby Choates had the only two kickoff returns of the day against the Wildcats.