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Over the holiday weekend, Georgia running back Sony Michel suffered a broken left forearm in an All-Terrain Vehicle accident, which could keep him out for about 8-12 weeks.

Georgia head coach Kirby Smart was asked about the injury while attending the Georgia Celebrity Golf Classic Wednesday and had this to say, per The Telegraph:

“I think you always want kids to be careful, but kids are going to be kids,” Smart said. “I was a player once. I went and did things, rode on jet skis, rode on things. Accidents are going to happen. You hate it. It’s unfortunate. We’ve moved past it now. We know he’s going to be 100 percent.”

“Tough injury. Tough for a kid who’s worked so hard to be in the best shape of his life,” Smart said. “It’s part of the game. It’s part of things that happen. Kids have mistakes and things happen. It’s very unfortunate for him but he’s in good spirits now. He realizes he’s going to be healthy again. He’ll be 100 percent again.”
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