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Georgia’s Darnell Washington, Ohio State’s Cade Stover exit CFP semifinals with accidents

Georgia’s Darnell Washington, Ohio State’s Cade Stover exit CFP semifinals with accidents

Georgia’s Darnell Washington, Ohio State’s Cade Stover exit CFP semifinals with accidents

Accidents despatched beginning tight ends for Georgia and Ohio State to their respective locker rooms in the course of the first half of the Faculty Soccer Playoff semifinal on the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

Georgia’s Darnell Washington suffered an ankle harm and Ohio State’s Cade Stover appeared to endure a lower-back harm.

Washington returned to the sideline within the second half utilizing crutches and sporting a strolling boot.

Stover was taken to a hospital for precautionary causes to look into again spasms. His mom and father had been with him.

Georgia leans closely on each Washington and All-American Brock Bowers on the place. The Bulldogs use two-tight finish units 59% of the time, third-most within the FBS.

Washington, who’s 6-foot-7 and 270 kilos, figures prominently within the Georgia offense as each a pass-catcher and a blocking tight finish. After his harm Saturday, he was changed on the subsequent sequence by true freshman Oscar Delp.

Washington has 26 catches for 417 yards and two touchdowns this season.

Stover has 35 catches for 399 yards and 5 touchdowns.


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