Injury updates for Georgia Tech


Georgia Tech will get starting defensive tackle Kyle Cerge-Henderson back in the lineup for its game Sept. 23 against Pittsburgh. Cerge-Henderson suffered a leg injury in the season opener and did not play against Jacksonville State. Brentavious Glanton started in his place.

Tech will not have either linebacker David Curry or offensive tackle Andrew Marshall back, however. Both suffered leg injuries during the preseason. Coach Paul Johnson said Wednesday that neither player will be available for the Pitt game.

No players were injured for Tech against Jacksonville State, Johnson said.

After its game Saturday against Central Florida was canceled Monday, Tech will be off this weekend.


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