Georgia's Jake Fromm sustains broken hand in boating incident

Georgia football

Georgia football

Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm broke a small bone in his hand, but it does not appear to be something Bulldogs fans should be too anxious about at this point. When the skier fell and let go of the rope, the handle flew back in the boat and hit Fromm on the left hand.

Dawgs247 reports Fromm won't miss any time due to the injury and he is expected to be with his team for the rest of summer.

It isn't the first time Fromm has had trouble on the water.

The University of Georgia has not released any information on the injury or how it happened.

Fromm helped lead Georgia to the College Football Playoff National Championship, where Georgia lost 26-23 to Alabama in overtime. He finished the season ranked ninth in the nation in passing efficiency as he threw for 2,615 yards with 24 TDs and 7 interceptions. Fromm is expected to compete with freshman quarterback Justin Fields - a five-star prospect out of Harrison - for the starting role.

The Bulldogs open their 2018 season at home against Austin Peay, September 1st.

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