October 17, 2006
Dawgs injury problems continue
The Georgia Bulldogs already beset with injuries may be
short another starter for the Mississippi State game Saturday.
Sophomore Ramarcus Brown may not play in the
Mississippi State game because of a hamstring injury. Brown wants to play, but
the Georgia Athletic Training Staff is holding him out of practice until his
hamstring has time to heel.
Brown said, "I think I can go, but the trainers
are not letting me go, I just want to get out there and play."
If Brown is out for the Mississippi State game, the coaches
could start either redshirt freshman Bryan Evans or freshman Asher Allen at
the short cornerback position.
Brown has started every game this season and is the fifth
leading tackler for Georgia this season with 29 total tackles.
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