After Sugar Bowl exit; Baylor QB Charlie Brewer assessed for neck damage

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Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer was taken out of Wednesday’s Allstate Sugar Bowl with neck damage they supported on a late hit by Georgia protective lineman Travon Walker.

Brewer lay on the ground for a few minutes, encompassed by athletic mentors, after they was hit while running toward the sideline during the final quarter. They was in the long run served to their feet and taken to the storage space on the rear of a golf truck.

“They told me as I came in here that they were checking his neck, you know, C-spine,” Baylor coach Matt Rhule said. “They said he cleared the C-spine just now. But that’s what they were concerned about was his neck. He didn’t exhibit any head symptoms, but I’m sure they’ll continue to monitor him, though, after this and throughout the night just to make sure.”

Walker was hailed for the late hit, and Georgia was punished 15 yards. Jacob Zeno took over at quarterback for Brewer and finished four of nine goes for 23 yards and a block attempt. Georgia proceeded to dominate the match 26-14.

Brewer, who continued a blackout during the Big 12 title game a month ago, completed the Sugar Bowl 24-of-41 going for 211 yards, one touchdown and one capture attempt.

Rhule disclosed that Brewer has supported three blackouts in their profession. Brewer told before the Sugar Bowl that after they supported that blackout on Dec. 7, they went through about seven days in a dull room and didn’t recall much about it.

“Charlie is just a competitor,” Rhule said. “He’s a winner. He’s tough. … It’s scary when they’re holding his head and all that, and he’s laying there to stabilize his neck, and he’s sitting there yelling to them to let go of him and let him go back in the game. He’s just that kind of guy.”

“He’s a great player whose best football is ahead of him. We have to become better on offense quickly, and protecting him where he can stay upright is a major thing.”

Rhule said of the game, “We got to the Sugar Bowl and just weren’t quite able to get over the hump.”

Georgia rookie collector George Pickens was named the game’s most significant player after he got 12 goes for 175 yards and a touchdown.

Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm, who experienced a here and there junior season, completed on a high note, finishing 20 of 30 goes for 250 yards, two touchdowns and no block attempts.

The Georgia local,Jr. has recorded as the fifth-most noteworthy appraised quarterback, got over inquiries regarding their future. Gotten some information about the choice of whether to turn star, they stated, “We’ll talk about that later.”

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