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ATHENS - Brandon Kublanow started every game last season including against Georgia Tech at left guard.

He was the Bulldogs’ starting center the first 10 games of the year and slid over to right guard for an injured Greg Pyke on Saturday against Georgia Southern.

So where does the 6-foot-3, 282-pound junior expect to line up Saturday?

“I’ll just play wherever they need me,” he said. “Greg, he’s getting better, so we’ll see what happens this week. I think I can obviously play either one.”

Kublanow evaluated his showing Saturday as “pretty good,” but there were things “here and there” to adjust to being back at guard.

“I thought they had a good game plan,” Kublanow said. “They threw stuff at us that they normally haven’t done in the past. I thought we responded well and we adjusted to what they were bringing.”

This and that

When Beth Mowins works the Georgia-Georgia Tech game Saturday for ESPN2, it may mark the first time that a Bulldogs football game will have a female calling play-by-play. Georgia senior associate athletic director Claude Felton, who has worked at the school since 1979, says he couldn’t remember any before on either TV or radio for a Georgia game. Anthony Becht and Paul Carcaterra will join Mowins for the game. … Captains for Saturday game for Georgia: Sony Michel and Kolton Houston (offense), Jake Ganus (defense) and Kenneth Towns (special teams).

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