Patton Robinette will miss his second consecutive start on Saturday at No. 13 Georgia. Robinette suffered a concussion during the first quarter of a Sept. 20 loss to South Carolina and hasn’t played since. He missed practice on Wednesday, and coach Derek Mason said “Patton is out” for Saturday’s game.

Robinette is no stranger to concussions. The sophomore suffered the same injury while playing for Maryville High School in the 2010 Class 6A state championship game against Smyrna, forcing him to sit out the second half. A year later, while preparing for the 2011 state championship, Robinette told the Knoxville News Sentinel that he did not remember the previous state title game.

“I don’t remember anything about the day, so this is going to be my first state championship as a starter, in my mind,” Robinette said in a Nov. 25, 2011.

In the same story, Maryville coach George Quarles said: “One of (Robinette’s) goals is to get back down there and remember the game,” the Tennessean reported Thursday.

Robinette opened the season as Vanderbilt’s starting quarterback and has split time with three others after multiple injuries. He is the only Commodores quarterback to throw more touchdowns than interceptions and has a passer rating of 155.5. Mason has said several times Robinette’s injury that he would rely on team doctors to decide whether Robinette is medically cleared to participate in football related activities.

According to Mason, Robinette has not practiced since suffering the concussion nearly two weeks ago.

“I hope for him that he gets well soon and makes a full recovery,” Mason said after Wednesday’s practice. “Concussions are something where you just never know. You have to be patient with the doctors and science telling you what he can and can’t do.”