Richt: Tight end Rome likely a gameday decision

Georgia tight end Jay Rome, who has been limited in practice with a strained hamstring, might be a gameday decision, coach Mark Richt said. Georgia practiced with low tempo on Wednesday, Richt said, but he will be tested more today.

Defensive end Cornelius Washington (neck) and nose guard Kwame Geathers (shoulder) are expected to play Saturday. Neither is listed on the injury report.

Backup offensive lineman Hunter Long (broken foot) is the only scholarship player ruled out for Saturday.

Blog: Podcast: Talking Georgia passing game, looking ahead to Vanderbilt

by Marc Weiszer

It’s Vanderbilt week. That may not have the same juice in past years when James Franklin and Todd Grantham made the ho-hum SEC East matchup a little more compelling.... Full Story

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Podcast: Talking Georgia passing game and more with @FletcherPage & @AdamSparks breaks down Vanderbilt http://t.co/EquuwNHc0e #UGA

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