Freshman cornerback Rico McGraw is on crutches and will not be available for Saturday's game against South Carolina.
McGraw has been Georgia's primary player at the star position through two games. McGraw is dealing with what looks to be a right knee injury. The website Dawgs247 reported the injury could sideline McGraw for two to four weeks.
For the year, McGraw has tallied five tackles and one quarterback hurry. With McGraw sidelined, the Bulldogs should turn to Reggie Wilkerson to play the majority of the snaps at the star.
Inside linebacker Reggie Carter (shoulder) and running back A.J. Turman (ankle) were dressed out and should be available to play. Carter missed Wednesday's practice this week due to his injury, which has been on and off. Turman put in a full week of practice after missing the first two games of the season.
Georgia and South Carolina are set for a 6 p.m. kickoff. The game will be televised on ESPN.