However, Georgia's coaches don't want to rush him into the action, Richt said. He won't rule it out, though.
"Things can happen, you can get some injuries, and all of a sudden you have to get him in there," Richt said.
Fullback Shaun Chapas will work at tailback this week to provide additional depth.
"Not yet, it's not time," Ball said.
Vance played one series against South Carolina, and graded out at 80 percent, which is a good grade in the offensive line room, Vance said.
"Vince has got to practice a little better," Richt said. "The plays that he did play in the game he did a pretty nice job."
Vance is backing up Trinton Sturdivant at left tackle. Boling is the top backup at both right guard and right tackle, Richt said.
"I think he deserves probably a little more of a rotation regardless of who we're going to play next," Richt said.
Defensive end Jeremy Lomax (sinus infection) did not practice. Defensive tackle Kade Weston, who was voted the defense's most productive player after Saturday's game, was in a green jersey due to a shoulder injury. Tony Wilson (ribs) also practiced in a green jersey.
QUOTABLE: "We've known it for the longest, but it becomes real after you lose a game, football is not quite as fun when you lose. So were dealing with that. I'm glad we've got a game. I'm glad we don't have an open date. It's after a loss you wish you played baseball or basketball and could back and get that taste out of your mouth sooner rather than later," Richt said Monday.