Georgia Vs. Kentucky Injury Updates: Isaiah Crowell Expected To Play Despite Sore Knee

Georgia practiced indoors Tuesday as they attempted to dodge some nasty weather and looked to give some players the opportunity to heal some bumps and bruises. Following practice, Mark Richt said that both Isaiah Crowell and Kwame Geathers are expected to play despite some nagging injuries

Richt said Isaiah Crowell is dealing with sore knee but will play against Kentucky. Kwame Geathers is expected to play with his ankle.

Richt also said that backup cornerback Jordan Love would miss this week's game with a broken that he suffered two weeks ago. Richard Samuel continues to recover from an ankle injury and Mark Richt said that there is a chance that he could return in time for the SEC Championship game

For Kentucky, safety Martavius Neloms is doubtful to return from a high-ankle sprain in time for this week's game. Linebacker Ridge Wilson will be limited in practice this week but is hopeful to return to action on Saturday. Safety Winston Guy, defensive tackle Donte Rumph and tackle Chandler Burden are all expected to play against the Bulldogs. 

For more on this game, Georgia Bulldogs fans should check out Dawg Sports and Kentucky Fans should join the discussion at A Sea Of Blue

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