Georgia QB Fromm breaks left hand in boating accident, won't miss time
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Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm suffered a small fracture to his non-throwing hand Monday, head coach Kirby Smart confirmed to ESPN's Chris Low.

Smart added Fromm has already resumed throwing and would not miss any summer workouts.

The pivot was apparently out with a group of friends on Lake Burton in Georgia when a rope holding a wakeboarder snapped onto the boat and hit a seated Fromm, according to College Football Talks' Zach Barnett.

This is the second injury of the offseason for the former four-star recruit. A lure was caught in his leg during a fishing trip in May.

Fromm led the Bulldogs to the national championship game last year, throwing 24 touchdown passes and just seven interceptions as a freshman.

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Georgia QB Fromm breaks left hand in boating accident, won't miss time
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