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Injury Report 11.10.2020
2020 brought down the hammer on the Dawgs. The starting QB coming into the season quit, now all these injuries. Would Rochester be granted a 6th year of eligibility if he wants to continue playing football?

Georgia football injury report
Stetson Bennett (AC sprain in right shoulder): Bennett suffered the injury on Georgia’s second drive of the game. He received a shot to the shoulder and re-entered the game only to be pulled in the third quarter. Smart did not commit to starting Bennett on Monday due to his health: “He is going to find out today if he is going to be able to go out there and throw. It’s one of those deals that we don’t know how effective he’s going to be- whether he’s going to require another shot to do it.”

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint (ankle): The freshman wide receiver will miss the rest of the season due to a dislocated ankle. He had surgery on the injury on Monday. Smart provided more details on the injury: “They expect a full recovery, similar to what James Cook had at one time, Riley Ridley had it at one time. Both of those guys recovered fully. He is in great spirits, he’s a great kid, and has a great family.”

Lewis Cine (concussion): The sophomore safety is in concussion protocol following a hit he made on Pitts. Smart commented on the play that led to Cine’s ejection: “He’s a vicious hitter, a striker. We’ve had drills with him where we’ve told him he’s got to go full-speed, run through the mid-section of a bag or body, and he was trying to do that in that case. He felt like Kyle (Pitts) saw him coming and he dropped his head to protect himself, and it ended up being head-to-head contact. It’s unfortunate. That’s part of our game.”

RB Kendall Milton (MCL sprain:) Milton is expected to be out three-to-four weeks per Smart: “It’s not permanent but it’s something we have to get him back from.”

NT Jordan Davis (elbow): Davis is considered week-to-week per Smart: “We are hopeful to get him back, we just don’t know when that’s going to be.”

RB Kenny McIntosh (knee, hamstring): McIntosh traveled for the Florida game but did not play: “He was in an 85-90 percent of his full self. His hamstring was bothering him more than his knee now- he had some hamstring tightness, but we feel like he’s going to be able to go. He probably could have gone in an emergency Saturday, but we weren’t completely comfortable with it. We are hopeful to get him back this week and certainly need him.”

WR Tommy Bush (concussion): Bush has been out since suffering a concussion in a pedestrian accident.

WR George Pickens (upper body): Pickens, the team’s second-leading receiver, did not travel to Kentucky or Florida despite practicing both weeks. Smart said on Monday he continues to rehab his injury.

FS Richard LeCounte: The preseason All-American and team captain suffered a concussion, bruised ribs and shoulder injury in a frightening Halloween Night motorcycle accident in Athens. He will be out four to five weeks because of the injuries

DT Julian Rochester: The fifth-year starting defensive tackle suffered an ACL injury at Kentucky and is out for the year.

WR Dominick Blaylock: The sophomore is out for the year, suffering another knee injury in fall camp while trying to practice after last December’s torn ACL in the SEC title game.

DB Kelee Ringo: The 5-star recruit is out for the season with a torn labrum.
Injury Report

Georgia Fan
Middle Ga Area
Member since Jan 2014
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re: Injury Report 11.10.2020
I do not think this season counts toward edibility but not sure how that works with a 5th year senior.

Georgia Fan
Atlanta, GA
Member since Nov 2011
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re: Injury Report 11.10.2020
I think I read somewhere that players in their final year of eligibility won’t count against next year’s scholarship limit if they decide to come back.

Georgia Fan
Member since Sep 2012
13099 posts

re: Injury Report 11.10.2020
That's not official.
But it is the only way that it would make logical sense

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