Georgia's Fromm suffers fracture in non-throwing hand

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Georgia quarterback Fromm breaks bone in non-throwing hand

According to 247Sports, the fracture is to Fromm's non-throwing hand, and the report states that the rising sophomore quarterback won't miss any time this summer.

In fact, Fromm has already been throwing with his right, non-injured hand.

UGASports.com first reported Wednesday that Fromm suffered the injury in a freak boating accident Monday on Lake Burton in northeast Georgia. When the skier fell and let go of the rope, the handle flew back in the boat and hit Fromm on the left hand.

Georgia's season begins September 1 at home against Austin Peay, followed by an away game with SEC-rival SC on September 8.

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The quarterback from Houston County High School threw for 24 touchdowns and 7 interceptions during his freshman season in Athens.

Fromm is expected to be in splint for a few weeks and not only won't miss any games as a result but won't miss any practice time.

Fromm helped lead Georgia to the College Football Playoff National Championship, where Georgia lost 26-23 to Alabama in overtime.

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