Georgia State QB Mikele Colasurdo out with COVID-19 related condition
ATLANTA — Georgia State quarterback Mikele Colasurdo will not play this season after the freshman quarterback revealed he has a heart condition related to COVID-19. Colasurdo made the announcement on social media Thursday.Colasurdo posted: “Today I was diagnosed with a heart condition as a result of my COVID-19 infection. Unfortunately, this means that I will not be able to play this football season. I am thankful for everyone who has reached out and prayed for me. I am also incredibly thankful for coach (Shawn) Elliott and trainer Bob (Murphy) for providing a safe environment for us to train ...
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Former Five-Star Georgia QB Justin Fields Exploring Transfer Options
Justin Fields was the number one recruit in the ESPN class of 2018’s top 300. The 6-foot-3, 221-pound native of Kennesaw, Georgia was supposed to be the future for the program.Justin Fields Considering New TeamDespite playing in 12 games for Georgia, Fields has appeared to have grown tired of being a backup to Jake Fromm and being used as a change-of-pace quarterback. He threw for 328 yards and four touchdowns while rushing for 266 yards and four touchdowns this season.If Fields were to transfer, he’d spend 2019 season sitting out due to transfer rules. That’s the case for the underclassmen un...