July 12, 2024

SIGNING:Georgia bulldogs has signed a key player for a trade of $10million….

Georgia Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart provided an injury update for his team ahead of their first spring practice, including news on TE, Pearce Spurlin. The Georgia Bulldogs will be hard at work this week as they begin spring practices for the 2024 season. With so much anticipation around this year’s team, the Dawgs have a ton of work to do, and even more questions to answer. One of the biggest questions every team must answer each season is “What is the current injury report?”. Head coach Kirby Smart provided an update this morning on sophomore tight end Pearce Spurlin. Pearce Spurlin is going to have to take a medical designation. He has a medical heart condition and will retire from football. Smart said this is something that the team was aware of and monitoring, but he’s “too much at risk.”

, Pearce Spurlin catches a ball against Florida State in the Orange Bowl / UGAA Dawgs Daily interviewed Pearce Spurlin right before he enrolled at Georgia. He talked about the journey after finishing up a week of competition in San Antonio at the Adidas All-American Game. Q: Talk About the Journey to becoming a Bulldog. “You kind of made that video that was kind of viral and blew me up with recruiting. And after that it was just kind of downhill. I want to say like four or five months later, I picked up the Georgia offer, and then I committed like a month and a half two months later, and then we committed since and going to work, man, I must have been what, 175 pounds?. And now I’m 245. So it’s been a lot of hard work. And a lot of people helped me get here.”

 

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