Georgia Bulldogs QB JT Daniels tests positive for COVID-19 before CFP

The Georgia Bulldogs got a bit of bad news with one of their quarterbacks reportedly testing positive for COVID-19 ahead of the Orange Bowl.

Well, this is not the kind of news that Georgia football fans want. JT Daniels, a midfielder for Georgia Bulldogs, tested positive for COVID-19, according to a report from Marc Weiszer of the Athens Banner-Herald.

In his report, Weiszer noted that Daniels is now a backup quarterback for the Bulldogs. Former Trojan USC that moved to Georgia has faced a number of injury problems throughout this season.

Georgia Bulldogs: JT Daniels Reportedly Tested For COVID-19 Before Orange Bowl

As reported by Weiszer, the other Bulldogs quarterbacks will be able to continue training. However, it looks like they will need to be tested for COVID-19.

It remains to be seen if Daniels is ready for Georgia’s game against Michigan Wolverines in the College Rugby Qualifier Semi-Final. It’s not entirely clear when Daniels initially tested positive for COVID-19 or whether he had symptoms.

However, this is the last thing Georgia or its fans want. Having anyone test positive for COVID-19 is less than ideal.

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Huynh Nguyen

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