Georgia’s Malcome expected to play against Missouri

Tailback Ken Malcolme’s sprained left wrist was in a cast on Monday, but the redshirt sophomore practiced without limitations and said he expects to play against Missouri.

“Out there, I caught the ball and ran,” said Malcome, who started the opener and rushed for 32 yards on six carries.. “I feel like I’ll be able to play.”

Cornerback Malcolm Mitchell, who missed the Buffalo game and was on crutches Saturday, is listed as limited with a left ankle sprain.

“He might have done a little scout team work, but he was out there doing some pre-practice stuff with (director of sports medicine) Ron Courson,” Richt said on his call-in radio show Monday night. “I’m feeling pretty comfortable we can get a few guys back that weren’t able to play this last game.”

Starting right offensive tackle John Theus didn’t practice Monday due to a sprained left ankle.

“I think he’s doing better,” guard Chris Burnette.

Top backup offensive lineman Watts Dantzler also missed practice with a sprained left ankle.

“I think there’s a good chance those guys will be able to play,” Richt said.
Receiver Marlon Brown (strained hamstring) and running back Richard Samuel (hip contusion) are listed as limited.

Richt said Brown practiced on Monday.

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