Georgia injury report: Bulldogs' injury situation much improved

Andy Lyons

Chris Burnette, Merritt Hall and Keith Marshall should all be ready to go for the Bulldogs on Saturday.

With just three games remaining for Georgia football, the injury situation couldn't look much better for the Bulldogs. In the regular season finale against Georgia Tech before the team moves on to the SEC Championship, the Bulldogs will be as close to full health as the team has been in a long time.

Starting right guard Chris Burnette practiced without limitations on Tuesday, according to Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and will be in his starting role on the offensive line against the Yellow Jackets on Saturday. Also practicing at full speed on Tuesday was fullback Merritt Hall, who should also be back on Saturday.

Running back Keith Marshall isn't as far along as Burnette and Hall following a shoulder contusion, but is also expected to play on Saturday. The running back, who has accumulated 654 yards and six touchdowns on just 100 carries in 2012, participated in non-contact drills on Tuesday.

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