Georgia Tech remained pretty healthy through week one but there are a couple injuries that the Yellow Jackets have going into Saturday.
Georgia Tech has been pretty lucky with injuries through fall camp and the first week of the season but there is a handful of players who are working their ways back from injuries.
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AB Clinton Lynch: It’s already been announced that Lynch returned to practice this week and therefore is expected to play against Jacksonville State. After missing last week with a lower body injury, Lynch will return to the Jackets offense that was already dangerous last week with over 600 total yards. His return will make the Jackets offense even more dangerous.
DL Kyle Cerge-Henderson: The junior defensive lineman left last week’s game against Tennessee with a leg injury but not much word has come down about the severity of the injury and how long he’s going to be out. The only words that have been spoken about the injury is a tweet from Cerge-Henderson himself, calling it a “minor setback”. For now, Cerge-Henderson is questionable but it wouldn’t be shocking if he didn’t play at all on Saturday.
OL Andrew Marshall: Marshall suffered his initial injury almost a month ago and was ruled out of the season opener when there was still three weeks till the game which speaks to the severity of the injury. With that, it’s unlikely Marshall will return this week against Jacksonville State as no injury update for Marshall has been given.
LB David Curry: Like Marshall, Curry was ruled out of the season opener over three weeks before the game, not a good sign. Curry like Marshall is unlikely to play on Saturday given the information available.