UGA OL Looking at "Plan B"

ATHENS - Coaches will look at “Plan B” options on the offensive line in case of injuries in Saturday’s scrimmage.

That includes left guard Isaiah Wynn getting some left tackle work and mixing and matching at center where Hunter Long is the top backup to Brandon Kublanow.

“I think we’re pretty much set on our top five right this second, but one guy gets hurt and then you’ve got to decide how you’re going to handle it,” Richt said.

The scrimmage will include some kickoffs, kickoff return, punting and punt returns.

“The teams that cover we may try to tackle somebody to the ground, see if we can do that,” Richt said. “We’ve got to try to really ramp up the scout teams. If the scout teams don’t go full speed and the first time we see a full speed rep is at Louisiana-Monroe, it’s usually a shock to your system and you’re not able to make your blocks

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Defensive back Kennar Daniels-Johnson, who has been absent from practices for some time, may have played his last game for the Bulldogs. “I don’t know if we’ll see him play this year,” Richt said of the senior from Miami. Daniels-Johnson played two games last season after redshirting in 2013 after arriving from Gulf Coast Community College. He signed in 2013 under then defensive coordinator Todd Grantham and secondary coach Scott Lakatos.

Richt said “it was nice not to have to travel today to practice” after the team traveled to Flowery Branch to use the Falcons’ facility on Wednesday due to storms in Athens. Richt said he chatted briefly with Falcons head coach Dan Quinn and some of his assistants. “It was worth the trip,” Richt said. “I don’t want to continue to make the trip if we can help it.”

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