Look At What Georgia Did With An Injured Player On The Field


first_imgA general view of Sanford stadium during a Georgia Bulldogs game.ATHENS, GA – NOVEMBER 19: A general view of Sanford Stadium during the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Kentucky Wildcats on November 19, 2011 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Georgia’s football program is facing some major scrutiny tonight for what the Bulldogs did with an injured player on the field.Auburn defensive lineman Nick Cose was injured during tonight’s game against the Bulldogs at Sanford Stadium in Athens.As Coe was down on the field, Georgia’s stadium had a fan contest a few feet away.“They’re holding a contest just feet away from an injured Nick Coe on the field. Gotta get that sponsorship money. Remember, it’s all about the student-athletes,” Brandon Marcello tweeted.They’re holding a contest just feet away from an injured Nick Coe on the field. Gotta get that sponsorship money. Remember, it’s all about the student-athletes. pic.twitter.com/VB2rezt6Pw— Brandon Marcello (@bmarcello) November 11, 2018Georgia was probably contractually obligated to run that contest, and it’s not like it affected the treatment of the injured Auburn player, but still, it’s a terrible visual.The Bulldogs are leading the Tigers, 20-10, in the third quarter.The game is on ESPN.last_img

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