Former UGA QB Jake Fromm apologizes for racially insensitive comment
BUFFALO, N.Y. Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Jake Fromm apologized for using the phrase elite white people in a text conversation from more than a year ago, and posted on social media early Thursday morning. The Bills have not responded to questions regarding the posts involving Fromm, or his apology. Fromms text conversation was captured in two screen shots and posted on an account with the name of @ashleymp20 shortly before 1 a.m. Now, more than ever, is the time for support and togetherness and I stand against racism 100% Fromm wrote in his apology. Buffalos depth at the quarterback position is rounded out by Davis Webb.
USC's Daniels heading to Georgia to compete for QB job
ATLANTA Georgia has picked up another high-profile transfer to compete for its starting quarterback job, landing former Southern California starter JT Daniels. Daniels started for the Trojans in 2018, but lost his job to Kedon Slovis after going down last season with a knee injury. He announced Thursday that hes heading to Georgia, which is seeking a replacement for three-year starter Jake Fromm. Daniels won the starting job again out of camp last summer in new offensive coordinator Graham Harrells up-tempo scheme, but the sophomore tore a ligament in his knee in the Trojans season opener against Fresno State. Slovis stepped into the starting job and excelled in Harrells offense as a freshman, passing for 3,502 yards with 30 touchdowns and nine interceptions.