Georgia freshman tailback Zamir White, who was expected to compete for immediate playing time, suffered a torn ACL and is likely out for the season, sources tell ESPN.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- Source: Georgia RB White suffers 2nd torn ACL
- WR Robertson gets waiver, can play for Georgia
- Georgia RB White OK to practice after ACL tear
- Tide start No. 1 in coaches poll; Buckeyes at 3
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WR Demetris Robertson, a transfer who caught 50 passes for 767 yards and 7 TDs for Cal in 2016, will be able to play for Georgia this season after getting a waiver.
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The Big 12 is in a tough spot before a single snap has been played: it has only a 29% chance to put a team in the Playoff and a 5% chance to have one of its teams win the national title.
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Justin Fields and Trevor Lawrence topped the 2018 class and should make an impact immediately, but which other freshmen are in their company?
Georgia freshman running back Zamir White has been cleared to practice after tearing his ACL last season.
Alabama received 61 of 65 first-place votes in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll and is followed in the top 5 by Clemson, Ohio State, Georgia and Oklahoma.
Georgia can't stop loading up on talent in the backfield. John Emery could be another in a long line of star UGA running backs like Sony Michel.
Georgia landed three ESPN 300 commitments on Sunday, including running back John Emery, who is the 20th-ranked prospect and No. 2 back in the class of 2019.
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Post-practice interview with RB Sony Michel as he recaps fan reaction of him taking a screen pass down the field for a big play, and what it's been like practicing in front of thousands of fans at training camp.
Defensive tackle Travon Walker, ranked the No. 51 prospect overall, committed to the Georgia Bulldogs on Tuesday, giving the team nine 2019 commitments from players ranked in the top 150 of the ESPN 300.
Georgia adds to its 2019 class with Walker, a talented prospect who can be a versatile contributor.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
Patriots first-round picks Sony Michel (right) and Isaiah Wynn — former teammates at Georgia — greet each other as they host a football camp for 400-plus kids in Sudbury, Massachusetts on Saturday. Rookies, all quarterbacks, and players recovering from physical ailments report to training camp Monday.
Tennessee Volunteers head coach Jeremy Pruitt fired back at former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, who criticized Pruitt's leadership abilities.