The UGA football team watched wide receiver Javon Wims leave Monday night’s College Football Playoff National Championship Game after making a stellar catch in the second quarter.
Shortly after hauling in a big grab to put the bulldogs in scoring position and set up the second field goal for Georgia, Wims was seen heading to the locker room with an apparent arm injury.
As Wims was entering the locker room, his left arm appeared to be limp.
SR, WR Javon Wims running back to the locker room, his left arm looks limp. #UGA
— Sherree Burruss (@SherreeBurruss) January 9, 2018
Here is the incredible grab that Wims made prior to being forced out of the game:
Javon Wims mosses Anthony Averett on back shoulder pass pic.twitter.com/HCJAjsjvPm
— BLACK SPORTSCENTER (@VersaceBoyEnt) January 9, 2018
There has been no official update on Wims’ status from the Bulldogs.
Currently, Georgia holds a 6-0 lead over the Crimson Tide with less than two minutes remaining in the first half.
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