Georgia defensive back Deandre Baker sustained an injury during Saturday's 28-27 loss to Georgia Tech and was unable to finish the game.
Afterward, head coach Kirby Smart said he was aware that Baker had to come out of the game but that he didn't know the extent of the injury.
"I’m not sure. I didn’t get a report on him," Smart said. "He was out of the game. I’m not sure if he got cut or what exactly happened to him."
Baker's injury appeared to be the only one that occurred during the game.
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Georgia was hopeful of getting defensive lineman DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle and inside linebacker Natrez Patrick back for this game. But both defenders were unable to play. Patrick, who has a shoulder injury, suited up but didn't partake in contact during pre-game warm-ups.
Hawkins-Muckle did take contact but sat out for the fourth consecutive game due to a high ankle sprain.
Receiver Michael Chigbu (knee) returned to practice during the week and dressed out for the game. Chigbu, however, did not take a snap. Receiver Jayson Stanley did not dress out for the game and is still dealing with a toe infection.
Left guard Isaiah Wynn returned to the starting lineup and played for most of the game. He previously sprained his MCL against Auburn and was forced to miss Georgia's game against Louisiana-Lafayette.