Georgia Vs. Missouri: Malcolm Mitchell Making Progress

Georgia Bulldogs defensive back/wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell has not fully recovered from a sprained ankle, but he has been making progress and will travel with the team to Missouri. Georgia head coach Mark Richt is encouraged by what he has seen from Mitchell in practice this week.

"He did pretty good," Richt said. "I'm not certain that he's full-speed, but it's Wednesday. I'm encouraged. We've got a couple of more days to see. He will get scout work."

Related: Rockin' the M-I-Z: Previewing the Georgia-Missouri Game

Mitchell suffered the injury in practice on Aug. 30 and was not able to play in the team's opener against Buffalo. He caught 45 passes for 665 yards and four touchdowns in 2011.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Atlanta. For more in-depth coverage, head over to Georgia Bulldogs blog Dawg Sports. And for more news, notes and analysis from around NCAA football, visit SB Nation's college football hub.

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