The Georgia Bulldogs might be getting back a key piece of their defensive puzzle before the match up with the Florida Gators on Saturday, October 29th. Alec Ogletree, who has been out with a broken bone in his foot suffered in the first quarter of the Bulldogs season-opener against Boise State should be ready to play according to Georgia head football coach Mark Richt. via Atlanta Journal Constitution.
"Ogletree is looking really good," coach Mark Richt said during his weekly news conference earlier Tuesday. "We don’t think there is any question at all that he’ll be ready for the Florida game."
Ogletree, an inside linebacker in Georgia's 3/4 defense was a star of preseason camp after switching from strong safety, where he started last year. Georgia's defense has been alright with Ogletree so far this season as they are currently ranked sixth nationally, and third in the SEC.
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