The Bulldogs are getting healthier by the day. Georgia
coach Mark Richt
indicated that junior middle linebacker Tony Taylor
will likely return to his starting role Saturday against the Tigers. He has missed four games this season due to various injuries including the past two.
"Tony (Taylor) did everything today, and he had a big smile on his face and was competing hard," said Richt. "It's amazing how well he's doing."
Georgia's trio of tailbacks in Thomas Brown, Danny Ware and Kregg Lumpkin all had another crisp practice and Richt said they all will play Saturday.
"They are all good at picking up the blitz, and we'll see how they are doing in the game, who is running well and blocking well and we'll go with them."
Kickoff is set for 6 p.m., and the game will be televised by CBS.
ATHENS - The 13th-ranked Georgia football team continued preparations for the upcoming SEC Championship Game against third-ranked LSU by working out for approximately two hours Wednesday.
Georgia continued preparations for the upcoming SEC Championship Game against third-ranked LSU