Baylor Offers Surprising Update Ahead Of Georgia Game
Baylor offered a surprising update ahead of the Georgia game.
Coming out of the Big 12 Championship game there were a lot of questions surrounding quarterback Charlie Brewer. The young star was knocked out of the outing due to a concussion, but apparently he will return for the Sugar Bowl.
During a recent media session, Baylor head coach Matt Rhule indicated that Brewer’s prospects of returning against Georgia are very good.
Baylor coach Matt Rhule at first Sugar Bowl press conference says Charlie Brewer is back at practice and has been cleared to play in game.
— John Werner (@JohnWernerTrib) December 27, 2019
Team doctors have officially reportedly cleared Brewer to play in the bowl game, barring a setback of some sort.
Brewer recorded 2,950 yards, 20 scores and six picks in his junior campaign.
If Brewer were unable to go for any reason, redshirt freshman Gerry Bohanon and true freshman Jacob Zeno would be the guys backing him up.
Baylor and Georgia will square off in the Sugar Bowl this New Year’s Day on ESPN.