Georgia coach Mark Richt received some good news on the status of redshirt freshman offensive tackle Daniel Inman who injured his left ankle in Tuesday's practice. X-rays showed no fracture.
"Daniel was out today, and he said this type of injury happened before
in high school and it would take a couple of days to be back," said Richt.
"We'll let Ron (Courson, head athletic trainer) and the doctors decide
that, but it was good to hear."
With Inman out, sophomore Dennis Roland, Jr., worked with the first team
offensive line and freshman Ken Shackleford ran with the second team.
"Dennis did a nice job today for Inman and Ken is making progress,"
said Richt. "As they get more reps, they are getting better."
In other news related to the offensive line, Richt highlighted the progress
of sophomore Ryan Schnetzer at guard behind projected starter Josh Brock.
"From the day Ryan got here to where he is today, he is competing for
legitimate playing time," said Richt.
Georgia worked out in full pads for two hours in a morning session and then
came back in shells and shorts for its afternoon practice. The Bulldogs open
their season Aug. 30 at Clemson. Kickoff against the Tigers is slated for noon,
and ABC will televise the game.
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