Georgia head coach Mark Richt had positive things to say about injured offensive lineman Trinton Sturdivant as they prepare for senior day this Saturday before the Bulldogs match-up with Kentucky. Sturdivant tore his ACL for the third time in his Georgia career back in April during a spring scrimmage and has contemplated coming back next season at tight end. But Richt talked about more than football when discussing Sturdivant's 'bright future'. via dogbytesonline.com
"I’ve talked to him over the course of the season and they’ve kind of bounced around a little bit like a lot of guys his age trying to decide what’s best," Richt said. "It’s been anything from continuing school to maybe getting out and getting some work experience as he tries to prepare to get into law school. I know he has a tremendous interest in administration—athletic administration. He’s kind of bounced around a little bit. He’s just a very bright guy who’s got a bright future and we’re going to help him realize whatever goals and dreams he has."
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