Georgia’s leading tackler Ramik Wilson missed Monday’s practice with a bruised knee, according to the official injury report.
The inside linebacker leads Georgia with 61 tackles and has a sack and pass breakup.
There was no word on his status for Saturday.
Wide receiver Jonathon Rumph, who has yet to play for Georgia, returned to practice Monday.
GATORS: Will be without running back Matt Jones for the remainder of the year.
Jones had surgery Monday morning to repair torn meniscus in his left knee. Jones injured his knee during Saturday’s 17-6 loss at Louisiana State.
“Very unfortunate,” coach Will Muschamp said. “I hate it for Matt. He’s a great young man. To go through what he’s been through … and then to have this setback is just disheartening for all of us.”
Jones rushed 79 times for 339 yards and two touchdowns this season.
ARKANSAS: Coach Bret Bielema says defensive tackle Robert Thomas will miss the remainder of the season after breaking his left leg in a loss to South Carolina.
Bielema says Thomas had surgery Sunday night on his broken left leg, which he injured during the second half of last week’s 52-7 loss.
WISCONSIN: Receiver Jared Abbrederis will be evaluated over the next two days for a head injury before it is determined whether he can play against Illinois on Saturday.
Abbrederis was knocked out of the Northwestern game in the first half.
Badgers coach Gary Andersen says the team will know more about the star receiver’s status “in the next 48 hours.”
NORTH CAROLINA: Another person has been charged with violating North Carolina sports agents law for providing $725 to former Tar Heels football player Robert Quinn.
Patrick Mitchell Jones, 39, real estate agent from Cartersville, Ga., made his first court appearance Monday and was released on $20,000 secured bond. In an unsealed indictment, a grand jury indicted Jones with one count of athlete-agent inducement for providing money in May 2010 through a woman identified as Constance Orr to entice Quinn to sign with agent Terry Watson.