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Georgia head coach Kirby Smart announced this week that starting offensive guard Ben Cleveland has a fractured fibula and will be out for the Tennessee game this Saturday. Per AJC.com:
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“Not sure how long that'll be,” Smart said of how long the starter will be out. “He'll be on crutches for a week, and then he'll be back weight-bearing after that.”

The 6-foot-6, 335-pound sophomore left the win over Missouri in the second half with the leg injury. Cleveland has started at right guard in all four of the Bulldogs’ games this season.

Smart said that competition in practice this week will reveal who will take Cleveland’s place on the offensive line.
The Bulldogs hosts Tennessee at 2:30 pm CT on Saturday. The game will be televised on CBS.
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