“They’ll both play,” Richt said.
Sanders has started every game this season. He has 15 tackles, an interception and two pass breakups. Mauger, a sophomore who has started two games, had two interceptions against Missouri and has 17 tackles and a pass breakup.
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Tailback Keith Marshall is doubtful for Saturday’s game, Richt said, but has progressed in practice this week after missing three games with a sprained ankle and sprained knee.
J.J. Green is “learning quickly” again after returning from safety to tailback this week. “I think he can help us in a pinch,” Richt said. “The more he proves what to do the better chance he has of getting in there.” Richt said Green realizes the move to offense “is a short-term deal,” and is fine with it if it can help the team win.