Jersey back D’Andre Swift injured in the Bulldogs’ game against Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Swift was tackled near the finish line in the third quarter, blocking the same game. He later left the field and saw at the trainer’s table holding his left shoulder. It seems to have been ruled out for the rest of the game.
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Fortunately for Georgia, it looks like Swift’s injury will not extend past Saturday’s game against the Yellow Jackets. He was seen on the sideline saying offensive lineman Solomon Kindley that his injury “was not so bad.”
The Bulldogs will probably need Swift for next week’s game against No. 1 LSU at the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta. Swift leads the Bulldogs with 1,203 rebounds and seven touchdowns, including statistics against the Yellow Jackets.
Meanwhile, the Bulldogs will get 38-7 in the fourth quarter.