Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia quarterback JT Daniels is dealing with a lat injury, according to head coach Kirby Smart.

Smart talked about Daniels during Wednesday's SEC Coaches Call. Per DawgNation:

Daniels missed the Week Two game with UAB on account of a strained oblique muscle and Smart has rotated backup Stetson Bennett into the first half of the past two contests.

“His oblique is fine; he’s been having a little bit of a lat issue,” Smart said on the SEC teleconference. “It bothered him some last week, and it bothered him some this week.”

Smart’s disclosure helps explain why Daniels was pulled after just one quarter in the 62-0 win over Vanderbilt after a sizzling 9-of-10 passing start.
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RECConspiracy33 months
Changed my pick to Arky. I was on the fence anyway.
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Tiger fan99933 months
Upset incoming
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