There are fewer question marks than usual going into the Georgia game, mostly because the injured players are seriously hurt. Perry Orth is getting his first career start. The wide receiving core is largely whole, while the secondary still has one key player missing. So, without further delay, Mr. Auguste's army of tiny heads will provide you with the latest Gamecock injury news (for the backstory on that, click here.)
|One Auguste||Expected to play, might not start|
|Two Augustes||Game-time decision|
Deebo Samuel, WR
Samuel is reportedly back to full speed after being limited by a hamstring injury against North Carolina. He'll be a a welcome addition to the group of receiver's commonly referred to as "not-Pharoh."
Chris Lammons, CB
Still out with a rib and knee injury. Not expected to travel to Athens.
Connor Mitch, QB
Mitch was hospitalized for the above complications regarding a hip pointer he suffered in week one. He's also got a separated shoulder. Expect him to miss 4-6 weeks while recovering.