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Georgia’s receiving room has been beset with injuries for most of the season, but there’s good news for junior Kearis Jackson.
He’s feeling as good as he has all year.
“I’m almost 100 percent, and getting better every day,” said Jackson, who underwent a cleanup procedure on his knee back in July.
That’s certainly great news for the Bulldogs. Although Jackson has played in all six of Georgia’s games, he’s just now getting back into the rotation at wide receiver, after only serving as the team’s punt returner the first three games.
Jackson explained why it took him so long.
“For one, I didn’t feel too comfortable with that brace on. I wasn’t 100 percent. The coaches felt comfortable that I could go back there and catch the punts; that’s …
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