Quick hits: Dust settles around UGA’s offensive line; WR Scott-Wesley says shoulder is ‘good’

Georgia’s rotation on the offensive line with players moving to different spots has faded as roles have become more defined. Offensive line coach Will Friend said that Kolton Houston is playing strictly right tackle now. He started at left guard against South Carolina, but freshman Brandon Kublanow saw his first college action Saturday and is Dallas Lee’s backup now at left guard. Watts Dantzler got about 20 snaps at right guard. …

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Georgia offensive tackle Kolton Houston (75) before the NCAA college football game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013.

Tight end Jay Rome (ankle) missed the first half of practice while getting treatment but practiced for the second half, tight ends coach John Lilly said. “He’s working,” Lilly said. Tailback Keith Marshall (shoulder) and receivers Jonathon Rumph (hamstring) and Justin Scott-Wesley (shoulder) practiced in non-contact. “I’m good, man, I’m good,” Scott-Wesley said at lunchtime.

Kickoff time for Saturday is 3:39 p.m.

Status of UGA WRs Mitchell, Scott-Wesley for South Carolina game...

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The availability of wide receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley for the South Carolina game on Sept. 13 is uncertain even after coach Mark Richt was asked... Full Story

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