Georgia’s Kindley, Davis hoping to play against Gamecocks
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Coach Kirby Smart expects No. 3 Georgia to have two starting linemen return as the Bulldogs return home this week to play South Carolina.
Offensive guard Solomon Kindley, who was in uniform but did not play in last week’s 43-14 win at Tennessee due to an ankle injury, was cleared for Monday’s practice. Smart said Monday Kindley “should be good” to play against South Carolina.
Nose guard Jordan Davis suffered a sprained ankle on the first series against Tennessee and had to be helped from the field. Smart says Davis also is expected to return this week.
The status of cornerback Tyson Campbell (foot) is less certain. Smart said more will be known about Campbell later in the week.