Dallas Lee Injury: Starting Georgia Guard Could Return For Bowl Game

Georgia's depth at offensive line took a hit on Saturday when sophomore guard Dallas Lee broke his the fibula in his right leg.  When reports first surfaced about the injury, it was thought that it would likely end Lee's season. However, Mark Rich says that it may be possible for Lee to return in time for a bowl game this season. 

"I don't know if it's season-ending," Richt said. "It's regular-season ending. I would think he'd have a very good opportunity to play in the bowl would be my guess."

Lee has started every game at guard this season except the Bulldogs' season opening loss to Boise State. Kenarious Gates replaced Lee on Saturday and is expected to move back into the starting lineup. Richt also said that freshman David Andrews is now the sixth man on the offensive line. 

For more on Dallas Lee and Georgia Football, be sure to check out Dawg Sports.

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