Vanderbilt Vs. Georgia Injury Report: Watts Dantzler, Josh Dawson And Others Limited In Practice

The No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs look to improve to 4-0 as they host the Vanderbilt Commodores on Saturday. Like any football team, they prepare for the game dealing with a number of injuries. The Georgia injury report is below, via the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Offensive players limited in Wednesday's practice were lineman Watts Dantzler (ankle) and wide receiver Rantavious Wooten (knee). On the defensive side, outside linebackers Josh Dawson (shoulder) and James DeLoach (shoulder) were limited.

Offensive lineman Kolton Houston will miss the game against Vanderbilt. While not injured, he has not been cleared by the NCAA following a positive test for a banned substance. Houston will not be cleared to play until his tests register below an acceptable threshold.

Stick with this StoryStream for more updates as Georgia prepares for Vanderbilt. For more Bulldogs insight and analysis, check out Georgia blog Dawgsports, and for complete coverage from across the NCAA, head over to SB Nation's college football hub.

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