UGA injuries becoming a concern for their secondary

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According to the AJC, the Georgia secondary has various injuries that has had them unable to practice together as one cohesive unit.

Continuing the trend, safeties Tray Matthews, Corey Moore and Shaquille Fluker were sidelined or limited in Friday’s practice with various injuries — a sprained shoulder and a strained hamstring for Matthews, a sprained knee for Moore and a strained lower back for Fluker. Cornerback Sheldon Dawson, bothered recently by a bruised knee, also was limited.

“You said it: It looks banged up,” Richt said of the secondary. “You can’t get better if you don’t practice. You can learn some things watching walk-throughs (and) film study. But until you’re out there doing it, it’s just so hard … for us (coaches) to know what they’re getting, what they’re comprehending, what they’re able to execute.”

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