“He out indefinitely.”

Spring practice fells Kenny McIntosh.

Guess that puts a damper on getting that pass pro worked on.  Hope he’s back sooner rather than later.

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UPDATE:  Mike Griffith has more.

McIntosh will not require surgery, and it is expected he’ll be cleared to return to full training activity in a month.

Saturday was Georgia’s first day in full pads and with full contact. McIntosh’s injury was a result of him putting his hand down to brace himself, and the elbow popping out of join before it was popped back in.

The typical recovery for a dislocated elbow of this variety — no torn ligaments or broken bones — is 4 to 6 weeks.

Could have been worse, that’s for sure.

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18 responses to ““He out indefinitely.”

  1. argondawg

    better an elbow than a knee. im guessing done for spring back for fall

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  2. mwodieseldawg

    Well fudge!

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  3. Kirby can’t coach offense without players getting hurt!

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  4. I used to look forward to the spring game but now I only look forward to getting through spring, and preseason, as healthy as possible. The only stat I’m interested in is how many and for how long. Here’s to a full recovery for the season.

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  5. Indefinitely maybe a strong word:

    “Georgia tailback Kenny McIntosh suffered a dislocated elbow in Saturday’s practice and will miss the remainder of spring drills.

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    Mike Griffith

     @mikegriffith32

    Posted 2 hours ago

    Georgia tailback Kenny McIntosh will miss the remainder of spring drills after suffering a dislocated right elbow in Saturday’s practice.
    McIntosh will not require surgery, and it is expected he’ll be cleared to return to full training activity in a month.

    Saturday was Georgia’s first day in full pads and with full contact. McIntosh’s injury was a result of him putting his hand down to brace himself, and the elbow popping out of join before it was popped back in.
    The typical recovery for a dislocated elbow of this variety — no torn ligaments or broken bones — is 4 to 6 weeks”

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  6. spur21

    Wonder if this will result in Lovasea Carroll getting any reps with the offense.

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  7. BuffaloSpringfield

    Someone on the staff should relate the story, or at least look it up and tell Kenny about Walter “Wally” Pip. Spring can be rough time, jousting for position, trying to get in your snaps. Prays for Kenny it’s been a tough year,(losing his Dad at 46) missing the bowl game. You never who is gonna take your place, ask Wally.

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  8. originaluglydawg

    Get well fast, Kenny.
    Anyone else remember Hershel having his shoulder pop out during the Sugar Bowl NC game against Notre Dame? They popped it back in and he stayed in the game.
    (also remember Lindsay having a long one go right through his hands as he was streaking down the left sideline wide open for a long TD). But mostly it was a manball game.
    “The football, it ain’t heavy”

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  9. practicaldawg

    Why I always say there’s no such thing as a backfield that’s too crowded

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    • You can never have too many DBs though. Look what a guy going early thats borderline and a transfer did to us. Those 2 guys on the team and on paper one of the best rosters in history. Thank goodness 99 stayed

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