Georgia Vs. Buffalo: Malcolm Mitchell Will Play On Offense, Defense And Special Teams

Malcolm Mitchell will play some offense, defense and special teams for the Georgia Bulldogs in the team's season-opener against Buffalo, according to head coach Mark Richt:

"He'll definitely play offense, defense; he'll play some special teams, too," coach Mark Richt said of the player who led Georgia in receiving yards per game last season. "He will more than likely will return a punt or two and he might even return a kick. I'm not sure on that part. He'll play in all three phases of the game."

Related: Where Do the Georgia Bulldogs Rank in the Preseason SEC Power Poll Ballot?

Mitchell, who is set to be one of Georgia's starting cornerbacks, was a big part of the offense in 2011, as he caught 45 passes for 665 yards and four touchdowns.

Stick with this StoryStream for more coverage of Georgia football, or head to Dawg Sports for all things Bulldogs. Team Speed Kills has your SEC coverage, and SB Nation's college football hub has you covered across the NCAA.

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