Georgia Tech Vs. Maryland Injury Report: OT Will Jackson questionable for Saturday

Scott Cunningham

Offensive tackle Will Jackson is questionable for Georgia Tech's game against Maryland, but everyone else is expected to play.

As the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets prepare for the Maryland Terrapins, Tuesday's injury report brings some good news for the team. Offensive tackle Will Jackson is questionable for the game, according to head coach Paul Johnson, but all others should be available to play.

Jackson injured his shoulder in Tech's Week 8 victory over the Boston College Eagles, and was replaced by sophomore Morgan Bailey. He missed the team's Week 9 loss to BYU. A three-year starter, his return would be a big boost to the struggling Yellow Jackets offensive line.

Cornerback Louis Young (shoulder) will be available on Saturday, as will kicker David Scully (hip). Scully will resume duties as the starting kicker, replacing Justin Moore. Moore was 1-for-2 on field goals vs. BYU.

The 3-5 Yellow Jackets snapped a three game losing streak against BC, but stumbled again against BYU. They face the 4-4 Maryland Terrapins in Week 10.

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