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Georgia offensive lineman Solomon Kindley (66) celebrates after a play at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. The Georgia Bulldogs played beat the Tennessee Volunteers 38-12 for their fifth win of the 2018 season. (Photo/Rebecca Wright)

Georgia's offensive line depth took another hit Saturday. 

Starting left guard Solomon Kindley went down with an apparent injury in the first quarter of No. 2 Georgia's game against Vanderbilt. Kindley was eventually carted off the field. 

It was later announced that Kindley suffered an injury to his right knee. 

Senior Kendall Baker entered the game to replace Kindley. Georgia is also without right guard Ben Cleveland, who fractured his leg against Missouri.

In the second quarter, Trey Hill entered the game at left guard. Kindley has started at left guard in all of Georgia's games this season. He made seven starts as a freshman in 2017. 

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