Michel dealing with ankle injury

ATHENS - Georgia’s offense leads the SEC in scoring and is getting closer to full strength, but there are still some guys banged up.

Freshman tailback Sony Michel, who just returned against Kentucky after missing four games with a shoulder injury, now is dealing with a sprained ankle that kept him out of Tuesday’s practice.

“He’s been getting some treatment,” Richt said. “We’re hoping he’ll go (Wednesday).

Tailback Keith Marshall practiced in a regular jersey Tuesday and still isn’t full speed, Richt said.

“He’s getting there,” Richt said.

Wide receiver Jonathon Rumph played for the first time this season on Saturday after being sidelined again by a pulled hamstring and led the team in receiving.

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Chris Conley seems like he makes another award list of some sort on a regular basis. So it was Tuesday that he was named a finalist for two. He is one of 12 finalists for the Wuerffel Trophy that goes to a player that best combines exemplary community service with outstanding academic and athletic achievement. He’s also one of 10 finalists for the Senior CLASS Award, which recognized players for achieving in community, classroom, character and competition.

Auburn top receiver Duke Williams (knee) is “probably unlikely” to play Saturday, coach Gus Malzahn confirmed Tuesday.

Georgia cornerback Brendan Langley (hamstring) practiced in a regular jersey Tuesday after not making the trip to Kentucky. Cornerback Malkom Parrish (concussion-like symptoms) practiced in a non-contact jersey. …Freshman Jacob Park is playing the part of Nick Marshall for the scout team.


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