Presbyterian Vs. Georgia Tech: Yellow Jackets Relatively Healthy

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets came out of their Week 1 overtime loss against the Virginia Tech Hokies injury-free -- the only players who are not playing on Saturday against the Presbyterian Blue Hose of the Football Championship Subdivision are those who have suffered injuries prior to the season. Running back David Sims is still questionable this weekend and may sit out to give him more time to recover from the stress fracture he suffered in his shin.

Running back Orwin Smith, however, should be able to go on Saturday, and is said to be fine after suffering a shoulder injury in the third quarter against Virginia Tech. Three defensive players are expected to be out on Saturday -- safety Fred Holton, who was held out against the Hokies; cornerback Louis Young, who is out with a hand injury; and linebacker Daniel Drummond, who is still recovering from an ankle sprain.

Offensive tackle Morgan Bailey will be able to play, but he will not be starting. That responsibility will go to Tyler Kidney.

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