MTSU Vs. Georgia Tech: Will Jackson in, Fred Holton out in Wednesday's injury report

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Wednesday's injury report indicates that Georgia Tech will have offensive lineman Will Jackson but will be without safety Fred Holton.

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets take on the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders on Saturday, looking to rebound from a tough loss against Miami. Wednesday's injury report shows that they will be without safety Fred Holton but offensive lineman Will Jackson will play.

Holton is a redshirt sophomore known for his athleticism, but injury has prevented him from showing off his skills. He missed the entirety of the 2011 season to an Achillies injury and has been dealing with a foot injury since the beginning of the 2012 season.

Junior Will Jackson is an anchor of the Yellow Jackets' offensive line and was named ACC offensive lineman of the week in Week 3. He left Tech's game against Miami due to a leg injury. He spent his first two seasons starting at guard, but has shifted to tackle for the 2012 season.

Saturday's game will be the third in a series with Middle Tennessee. Georgia Tech is 2-0, outscoring the Blue Raiders by a combined 91-35.

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