According to multiple reports, Georgia WR Arian Smith suffered a broken leg in practice on Wednesday
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According to multiple reports, Georgia WR Arian Smith suffered a broken leg in practice on Wednesday. Per On3...
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Georgia wide receiver Arian Smith suffered a broken leg Wednesday during the Bulldogs’ practice ahead of this weekend’s Tennessee game and is going to have surgery. According to sources with knowledge of the situation, the injury will potentially end his 2021 season.
(The Spun)
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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6 Comments
It's not a huge deal. He is talented, but they have a large group of WR's with a lot of talent, despite several WR's being inured, including George Pickens. Jackson is back from injury, Burton looks to be a t full strength, McConkey is proving to be a solid possession guy and Rosemy-Jacksaint is solid too. The RB's are good receivers too.
Reply21 days
Them tight ends are Georgia's saving grace! Requiring lots of attention. The wrs? Meh! Not so good without Pickens.
20 days
"McConkey is proving to be a solid possession guy" this is so racist.
17 days
who?
Reply21 days
Wouldn't you think they would be more careful in practice with three games left in regular season and a potential championship season at stake? SMH
Reply21 days
Hey, they should play two hand touch in practice. You have no idea how it happened. fricking idiot.
21 days
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