Despite Kirby Smart closing practice to the media the last three days, we are here to bring you everything we know and have heard in regards to the final injury report headed into Saturday's matchup in Jacksonville.
The Georgia Bulldogs opened as a -5.5 point favorite, climbed to as high as -6.5, and after a week of the media talking up the Florida Gators, the number has settled around Georgia -4.5 currently.
Georgia has battled their share of injuries this season, and from what we've been told, it seems they are going to be as healthy as one could possibly imagine headed into their 8th contest of the season.
Here's what we've come to know and expect come Saturday with regards to injury.
Jordan Davis, DT (Questionable) - Davis went down on the second play from scrimmage against Tennessee with an apparent left ankle injury. Being such a big guy, at 6'6" 330 pounds, things like ankle injuries are extremely fragile. If Davis plays it will be because of necessity. We've seen Coach Smart lean towards the safe side of things mostly all season.
Travon Walker, DL (Probable) - Walker, like Davis, hasn't played since the Tennessee matchup either. He has been in a cast due to a broken wrist. We do expect to see Walker back in action however against Florida
Mark Webb, DB (Questionable) - Webb has been battling a knee injury. The fifth-leading tackler on the Georgia defense, is expected to miss Saturday's game. Divaad Wilson Jr. will likely start in his place.
Tyson Campbell, DB (Probable) - Campbell has been battling a toe injury and has missed four consecutive games. Campbell has been back at practice and is expected to play Saturday.
Tramel Walthour, DL (Out Indefinitely) - The sophomore junior college transfer is out with a lower leg injury.
Brian Herrien, RB (Probable) - Herrien experienced back spasms against South Carolina and he managed to mostly play through the issue against Kentucky. We expect Herrien to play Saturday, though more likely that Swift carries the majority of the workload.
Lawrence Cager, WR (Probable) - Cager has a lingering left shoulder injury, something we've seen him battle with most of the season. Unfortunately, he's also dealing with injured ribs as well. Kirby Smart reported that Cager participated in drills this week. We expect him to play Saturday.
Justin Shaffer, OL (OUT) - Shaefer missed the Kentucky game due to a neck injury. He has played as a substitute throughout the season when healthy, appearing in 6 contests. He will not dress this weekend.
D'wan Mathis, QB (Out Indefinitely) - Mathis had brain surgery this offseason
Owen Condon, OL (Out Indefinitely) - Condon has suffered a lower-body injury. A timetable for his return has not been determined.
Tommy Bush, WR (Out Indefinitely) - Bush suffered a sports hernia. No timetable for his return.