ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia receiver A.J. Green is unlikely to play in Saturday's game against No. 7 Georgia Tech because of a separated shoulder, and running back Richard Samuel is out after sustaining a concussion in practice.
Green, a Summerville native, injured his left shoulder in a Nov. 14 win over Auburn and missed last week's loss to Kentucky. The Bulldogs (6-5) were hoping he might return for the Yellow Jackets game, but coach Mark Richt said Wednesday that "the chances aren't very good at all."
Samuel was injured in Tuesday's practice when he collided with reserve defensive back Christian Norton.
UCLA statue painted in Southern Cal colors. UCLA's bruin mascot has gotten a messy paint job - in the colors of cross-town rival USC.
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UCLA spokesman Phil Hampton said the statue in Bruin Square was splashed with red and gold paint sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
Quinn offers support for Weis. Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn said Notre Dame would be making a mistake if it fires coach Charlie Weis.
Quinn, who played two seasons for Weis with the Fighting Irish, would like to see the embattled coach back for a sixth season.
"I hope not," Quinn said when asked if he expected a coaching change at his alma mater. "Personally, I think it would be a horrible decision if they did make that change. I think there are a lot of circumstances that play into seasons like this. Hopefully he'll have an opportunity to have another year with the guys."