Georgia LB Miller doubtful after injuring calf during agility drills Print
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Wednesday, 10 October 2007 14:21
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 ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -Georgia linebacker Brandon Miller is doubtful for Saturday's game's against Vanderbilt because of a calf injury.
Miller hurt his calf during agility drills this week, coach Mark Richt said after Wednesday's practice.
If Miller can't play, the 24th-ranked Bulldogs will likely start redshirt freshman Akeem Dent at strongside linebacker, with Dannell Ellerbe in the middle and either Darius Dewberry or freshman Rennie Curran at the weakside spot.
Dent has made one start, in a win over Western Carolina when he tied for the team lead with six tackles. Curran earned a shot at more playing time by making seven tackles in a loss to Tennessee last weekend.
 

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