Malcolm Mitchell Injury: Georgia WR Misses At Least Part Of Another Practice

Things aren't looking good for Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell's return to the field against Florida on Saturday. One day after appearing to re-tweak his hamstring during practice, Mitchell missed the portion of practice on Tuesday that was open to the media. There has been no firm announcement regarding his status but if he is going to make it back into the lineup you would think that things would have to improve significantly soon.

If Mitchell is unable to return to the field, the Bulldogs will need junior wide out Marlon Brown to build off of the big game he had against Vanderbilt. Brown finished that game with four catches for 121 yards and two touchdowns in a 33-28 Georgia win. Coming into that game, Brown had just five catches for 40 yards prior to his outburst against the Commodores. If Mitchell can't go, then Georgia will need Brown to once again come up big as one of Aaron Murray's primary targets. 

For more on the Georgia Bulldogs, be sure to check out Dawg Sports, for more on the Florida Gators, be sure and check out Alligator Army

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