ATHENS — This just in: Justin Fields is human.
To this point in his sports career, all the ballyhooed quarterback from Kennesaw has heard is how great of a quarterback he is and is going to be. And all that is probably still true.
But on Saturday at least, Georgia coach Kirby Smart lumped in Fields with all the other freshmen and first-year players experiencing their first spring camp with the Bulldogs. Smart talked about them “hitting a wall” and “getting confused.”
“He’s hitting a little bit of a wall,” Smart said following practice Saturday, the sixth of 15 the Bulldogs will conduct this spring. “I think with all the installation, he’s coming in and meeting extra, doing all the things we expect of him. But it’s a lot.”
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