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College Football Injuries: Bulldogs, Yellow Jackets use bye week to rest

Neither Georgia or Georgia Tech played this past weekend, but they are still trying to get healthy for their upcoming games. Here's the injury report for both teams.

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The Georgia Bulldogs didn't play this past weekend, so there are no new injuries to report. They are obviously going to be without receiver Michael Bennett going forward, as he tore his ACL and will miss the rest of the year. Guard Hunter Long is listed as questionable for the Dawgs' game on Oct. 20th against Kentucky, as he's still recovering from a broken foot. The Bulldogs' opponent next week, Kentucky, has much more to worry about, injury-wise. Quarterbacks Maxwell Smith and Patrick Towles are both day-to-day with ankle injuries. Smith missed the Wildcats' game this past weekend against Arkansas.

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets also had their bye week this past weekend, so again, there are no new injuries to speak of. Punter Sean Poole is questionable for Tech's game on Oct. 20th against Boston College with an arm injury he suffered last month vs. Miami. Safety Fred Holton is also questionable with a foot injury that has kept him off the field all year. The news isn't great for Tech's upcoming opponents. BC has four defensive linemen (Dominic Appiah, Brian Mihalik, Dillon Quinn, and Kaleb Ramsey) listed as questionable for their game against the Yellow Jackets, which is a recipe for disaster when playing against a team that runs the option like Tech.

You can see the full national injury report here.

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