The Georgia Bulldogs are in the middle of spring practice and there is news to share beyond Kendall Milton’s injury.
Georgia running back Kendall Milton has been shut down for the rest of the spring with an injury, but overall the Bulldogs are making it through spring practice with very little to report in terms of injured players. These players other than Milton who are currently on the UGA injury report:
RB Andrew Paul (ACL recovery – limited)
TE Pearce Spurlin (Collarbone – out for spring)
OG Joshua Miller (Shoulder – limited)
ILB CJ Washington (Head/Neck recovery – out for spring)
OLB Jalon Walker (Shoulder surgery recovery – out for spring)
OLB Marvin Jones Jr. (Shoulder surgery recovery – out for spring)
S Dan Jackson (Stress fracture recovery – out for spring)
Five-star linebacker Sammy Brown out of Jefferson, Ga. has included Georgia in his top six schools along with Notre Dame, Ohio State, Clemson, Tennessee, and Oklahoma. He will reportedly be paying a visit to Athens this weekend. From there, he’ll head to Oklahoma and Tennessee during the first week of April.
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Javon Bullard’s knocked Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. out the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl with a huge hit, and that collision has inspired a cookie-dough dessert that is part of a NIL deal for Bullard. The treat, named “Bullard’s Buckeye Crunch”, will be available for a limited time at Alumni Cookie Dough locations. This is certainly going to make Ohio State fans cringe.
The Georgia 2024 recruiting class has its first offensive line commitment, as three-star offensive tackle Malachi Toliver out of Cartersville, Ga. has given his verbal commitment to the Dawgs.
The Georgia softball team has moved into the top ten of the current rankings. The 27-6 Bulldogs moved up six spots after shutting out Mississippi State twice last weekend.
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The U.S. Congress will be holding its first NIL hearing this week as lawmakers and the NCAA grapple over topics such as antitrust exemption, congressional oversight, and national standards.
A Texas bill that would limit the participation of transgender athletes in the state has been given its first nod of approval from the Texas Senate. The bill will need one more Senate approval before moving on to the Texas House of Representatives and ultimately to the Governor before becoming law.