Georgia left Athens on Friday, missed two important offensive playmakers, and returned with four other defensive starters on Saturday.
The No. 5 Bulldogs won the fiercest offense with a score of 14-3 because they were unable to establish a greater lead in the offense, which allowed the Wildcats to enter the UGA defense.
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Missing offensively are players George Pickens (upper body) and Kenny McIntosh (knee), neither of whom were out due to the Alabama injury.
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Davis is the most irreplaceable player in defense. His right arm strap was suspended outside the equipment in the second half and returned to the sidelines.
Julian Rochester (Julian Rochester) is 6-5, played 300 shots, fifth grade, 19 starts, and was forced to withdraw from the game due to a knee injury, which further weakened the strong defensive forward line of the past two seasons.
Smart said: “This is one of those hard and hard games, which may cause heavy damage and damage in many ways.” “Every time we play them, it’s a real battle.”
Georgia’s starting safety player Lewis Cine was also injured in the first half-the same as Rochester’s 8th minute mark in the second quarter. Cine injured his left ankle.
The Bulldogs also lost guard Quay Walker in the game.
Walker replaced senior Monty Rice, who slowed down due to a foot injury in the 41-24 loss to Alabama on October 17 and missed the Goodbye Week Practice time.
Walker seems to be suffering A stinger injury to the neck/shoulder occurred at the 9:38 mark in the third quarter. Walker walked off the court with his own strength.
Later in the game, defensive guard Trick Stevenson also withdrew from the game due to an injury.
Smart did not provide any further updates on the player’s injury in the Zoom press conference after the game.
“This is the purpose of the other players. They gave us 85 scholarships. You have to use these scholarships. You have to get the next guy ready for the game,” Smart said. “Of course I don’t know those guys are ready for the body, but they better be prepared because they will serve on the SEC for the rest of the process.”
Smart said that Pickens and McIntosh had practiced games last week and could almost play in Kentucky, but he chose to keep them in Athens.
Smart said: “They are both just on a whim, and we hope that both can come back.” “They practice within a week, we think it will be feasible, and they just can’t. They can’t make a difference, so we choose Other people.
“They got a lot of recovery and spent a lot of time preparing. We hope to recover them next week.”
Smart said that he would love to watch game movies, watching freshman Jalen Carter (Jalen Carter) relieve Davis and Rochester, freshman Nazir Stackhouse and freshman Warren Bu Lin Sen’s role.
“Naz has to participate in the game, he has been working hard on the scout team, I have to observe and observe how he plays, Warren Brinson has more games,” Smart said. “We must get some help there.”
The Bulldogs will resume action next Saturday. They will play their designated home game against Florida in Jacksonville.
Georgia football injury list
NT Jordan Jordan (upper body)
NT Julian Rochester (knee)
LB Pier Walker (neck)
FS Lewis Cine (ankle)
DB Tyrique Stevenson (unknown)
WR George Pickens (upper body)
RB Kenny Mackintosh (knee)
WR Dominick Blaylock (knee)
DB Kelee Ringo (Laubrum)
WR Tommy Bush (concussion)
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