Georgia starting QB Jake Fromm breaks his hand

Jake Fromm breaks non-throwing hand but impact expected to be minimal

Fromm helped lead Georgia to the College Football Playoff National Championship, where Georgia lost 26-23 to Alabama in overtime.

Fromm and his friends were on a boat Monday when the rope toeing his friend behind the boat came down on Fromm's hand, causing a fracture in his left hand. Now, the odds are that Fromm will hold on to the starting job, and this injury will be a bump in the road.

Fromm, who earlier this offseason suffered a leg injury due to a freak fishing accident, has done something similar to his hand. He is already throwing again.

On episode No. 735 (July 5, 2018) of the podcast, Georgia fans can hear a discussion about how Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart calmed fears about quarterback Jake Fromm's hand injury.

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It might be time for Fromm to cool it on the lake activities, at least while he's playing football.

There has been no official word from Georgia about the injury; though they would typically not make any official announcement during the summer about an injury.

Georgia's quarterback battle might have gotten a bit more interesting.

Georgia opens its 2018 season against Austin Peay on September 1. Fromm should be good to go.

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