Richt gives injury updates heading into Tennessee game

Isaiah McKenzie is likely to be held out of action against the Volunteers.
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Do you want the good new or the bad news?

The bad news is sophomore wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie is listed as "doubtful" for the Tennessee game, Georgia head coach Mark Richt said after Wednesday’s practice. 

“His hamstring is bothering him,” Richt said. "He’s unlikely to play." 

Richt also confirmed what had been first reported turning fall camp, as senior receiver Justin Scott-Wesley will not play this season for the Bulldogs, ending his career in Athens. 

The good news is starting center Brandon Kublanow has practiced every day this week and looks to be on track to play in the game. 

Kublanow’s been working, not every minute of every practice, but he’s been working,” Richt said.

In a game likely to see the ground game play an important factor in the game, Georgia has got to feel good knowing their offensive line will likely remain intact heading on the road to play in front of a very hostile crowd. 

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