Georgia defensive end Abry Jones, who missed the last six games of the regular season after undergoing ankle surgery, still could play in the Capital One Bowl. “I know his intention has been to rehab and get ready to play,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said. “We’ve not counted him out by any means for this bowl.” Jones’ left foot was in a walking boot at the team banquet last Saturday.
… Nose guard John Jenkins was listed out of practice with a concussion. Jenkins took part in interviews in the early afternoon.
… Richt is among the coaches scheduled to speak at the American Football Coaches Association convention Jan. 6-9 in Nashville, Tenn.