The Georgia Bulldogs updated the status of several injured players on Monday, including running back Ken Malcome, who anticipates being ready to go for the Missouri game, according to Seth Emerson. Malcome left last Saturday's game against Buffalo with a hand injury; he finished the day with six carries for 32 yards.
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Offensive lineman John Theus (ankle sprain) was not able to practice on Monday, while cornerback Malcolm Mitchell (ankle sprain) was limited. Reserve offensive lineman Watts Dantzler (ankle sprain) also missed practice, and both wide receiver Marlon Brown (hamstring strain) and running back Richard Samuel (hip contusion) were limited.
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