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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Injury updates

Coach Mark Richt is getting more optimistic about linebacker Akeem Dent being able to play in the season opener.

Dent recently had stitches taken out of his toe, which required surgery in July. The senior, who is considered the leader of the defense, has not been practicing.

But Richt said after Saturday’s practice that Dent playing on Sept. 4 against Louisiana-Lafayette was a “pretty good shot” and “fairly realistic.”

The same goes for receiver Rantavious Wooten, who suffered a left knee sprain on Thursday. It will not require surgery, according to Richt, who expects Wooten to be out “a couple weeks.”

3 comments:

reggie said...

Seth! Glad you're here! Kinda glad you got the comment assaults over during the first week. Stick it out with the real people. We'll treat you right!

JRL said...

What Reggie said

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your response in reference to giving your opinions, doing something original and some of your insight added to this blog. My whole point is, there is no reason to read your blog at this point. Everything that you have posted has already been written (AJC, Athens and Georgia Bulldogs website). Anybody can cut and paste, this was a much better site before. I will revisit in a couple of weeks, you know...so you can unpack and get your feet on the ground. If any of this has not changed by then, I will just move on for something that is different from what I have already read. Good luck in your new job.

Greg B.


" A couple people have complained about a lack of opinions, or other insight, so far. Allow me to remind you - not to be a broken, broken, broken, broken record - but it's my first week. I felt it was important to get the lay of the land, and take stock of things, talk to players, coaches, staff members and so on, and start forming opinions and making analysis from there."