Georgia center Brandon Kublanow is considered “day-to-day” after spraining his ankle in Saturday’s 38-10 loss to Alabama.
Kublanow injured his ankle in the second half of the loss and was replaced by center Hunter Long. Richt said Kublanow would not be able to participate if Georgia held practice on Sunday.
“He sprained his ankle,” Richt said. “To what degree, it’s hard to say,” Richt said.
Richt said the Georgia staff doesn’t think there the injury is anything that could require surgery.
Richt said receiver Isaiah McKenzie is a “maybe” for next Saturday’s game against Tennessee. McKenzie injured his left hamstring this weekend against Alabama.
Safety Dominick Sanders suffered a shoulder stinger against Alabama and Richt said he should be fine moving forward.