There’s reportedly some tough news to relay about Terry Godwin.
On Saturday night, UGASports.com’s Paul Maharry relayed word from colleague Radi Nabulsi that the family of the Georgia wide receiver was “brought down from the stands to the locker room to tend to Terry.”
The development happened after Godwin sustained an upper-body injury in the first half of the Bulldogs’ game against Missouri at Sanford Stadium, as relayed by DawgNation’s Seth Emerson.
From @RadiNabulsi: The Godwin family was brought down from the stands to the locker room to tend to Terry. Normally that is never a good sign. We will continue to monitor.
— Paul Maharry (@pmaharry) October 15, 2017
Here’s how Emerson described Godwin’s injury:
Hard to tell how serious it is, but the good news for Georgia is he just ran to the locker room. It’s some sort of upper body injury, and hard to tell whether it was his arm, ribs, hip or whatever.
Awaiting an update.
Godwin had 4 catches for 42 yards before leaving the game. He entered the day with 12 catches for 327 yards and 5 touchdowns this season.
Georgia entered halftime with a 34-21 lead over the Tigers.