David Andrews injury: Bulldogs center will play Saturday

Scott Cunningham

Georgia Bulldogs starting center David Andrews won't miss Saturday's game against Ole Miss.

Georgia Bulldogs center David Andrews will play on Saturday against Ole Miss despite a bruised knee. Andrews bruised his knee in the Bulldogs 17-9 victory over Florida last week, causing him to miss practice on Monday.

Andrews, a sophomore, is one of Georgia's four captains and anchors an offensive line that has been playing well, particularly last week against the Gators. Andrews said he is "just a little banged up," but added that he'll be "100 percent ready" on Saturday. Behind Andrews and the offensive line, the Bulldogs rank 25th in the nation in scoring offense and 35th in rushing yards per game.

Georgia (7-1, 5-1 SEC) can clinch the SEC East title and a trip to the SEC Championship Game if it wins its next two games. Saturday, Nov. 3 they host Ole Miss (5-3, 2-2), and the following week, they travel to Auburn to take on the Tigers (1-7, 0-6).

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