With the news that former starting fullback Quayvon Hicks would make the move to tight end, in light of Jay Rome’s injury keeping him out of action, the Bulldogs will enter the spring practice session with zero starting experience at that…Read more →
Georgia may be short on tight ends against Auburn this week with Jay Rome expected to miss the game. The 6″-6″ 254 lb. sophomore suffered a foot injury while catching three passes for 24 yds. against Appalachian State last week.
Rome had his first significant playing time for the Bulldogs the week before against Florida, catching two passes for 24 yards. The reason Rome received...
Tight end Jay Rome, who caught three passes last week in his first start of the season, is expected to miss No. 25 Georgia's game at No. 7 Auburn this week.
Rome hurt his right foot in last week's 45-6 win over Appalachian State. Rome started because senior Arthur Lynch was held out with bruised ribs.
Coach Mark Richt said Monday Lynch and receiver Chris Conley (sprained...
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November 11, 2013
While Georgia's cupboards aren't necessarily bare at tight end with both Arthur Lynch and Jay Rome (RFr) looking to make their respective contributions next season, The Bulldogs aren't resting on their laurels where planning for the future is concerned.
Hunter Henry is a name worth sticking in your memory bank because it's quite possible that he'll be playing...
When Jay Rome selected Georgia as his college of choice last year, fans just knew the 2011 season was going to be something special. And while the season did end up being special, it didn't have anything to do with Jay Rome.
Rome was forced to accept a redshirt season his first year with the Bulldogs and he wasn't exactly happy about it.
"I thought I was going...