Georgia wide receiver Jonathon Rumph‚Äôs Georgia debut probably won‚Äôt come Saturday at Clemson. coach Mark Richt said he didn‚Äôt expect Rumph (hamstring) or safety Corey Moore (knee) to play against the Tigers. ‚ÄúI don‚Äôt think we‚Äôll have either one of those,‚Äù Richt said. Tailback Brendan Douglas (knee) is also out Saturday and likely will miss the South Carolina game as well, according to The Augusta Chronicle. Defensive coordinator Todd Grantham indicated that linebacker Chase Vasser (ankle) is questionable,
‚Ä¶ Richt said any future games with Clemson after next season‚Äôs game in Athens will depend on how many SEC games teams will play in the future. ‚ÄúIf we go to nine conference games, it will be a lot less likely,‚Äù he said. ‚ÄúIf we stay at eight games, it will be a lot more likely.‚Äù
‚Ä¶ Troy is getting an $850,000 guarantee for the 2014 game at Georgia. South Alabama, which moved off Georgia‚Äôs schedule and on to South Carolina‚Äôs, had a $900,000 guarantee but Georgia won‚Äôt have any financial obligation for the change.
‚Ä¶ Kickoff time for Saturday night is slated for 8:22 p.m. ‚Ä¶ Georgia has ‚Äúa few hundred‚Äù tickets on sale for the Nov. 23 Kentucky game priced at $50. They are available after visiting team returns. Remaining tickets for the Oct. 12 game against Missouri are $75.
‚Ä¶ Former Georgia quarterback David Greene was at practice Tuesday.