Georgia starting safety could be dealing with foot injury
Georgia senior Quincy Mauger could be dealing with an injury following the team’s Saturday scrimmage. According to OnlineAthens.com, Mauger wore a walking boot Sunday on his left foot during a team service at Watkinsville First Baptist Church.
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— Coach Kirby Smart (@KirbySmartUGA) August 14, 2016
Mauger has started in 26 games during his first three seasons at Georgia, including 12 in 2015. He recorded 58 tackles, including 3.5 for loss, an assisted sack and five passes broken up in 2015.
Georgia’s secondary features several other returning veterans including Dominick Sanders, Malkom Parrish, Aaron Davis, Juwaun Briscoe, Rico McGraw and recent Alabama graduate transfer Maurice Smith. The program hasn’t commented on the extent of Mauger’s apparent injury or whether he may miss practice or be limited.
The Bulldogs are scheduled to resume practice on Monday afternoon.