Between an injured foot, NFL aspirations and the lack of a pathway to the College Football Playoff for Georgia, there is reason to wonder why someone like Monty Rice would continue to practice and play during this 2020 season.
Rice has been dealing with a foot injury since the Alabama game. It has limited his availability in practice as well as games. It’s not a coincidence that Florida had a lot of success on wheel routes to running backs with Rice being compromised or even him not being out there for certain plays.
“I think the hardest thing is he doesn’t get the same quality of work and reps, so there can be times in a game where he might not have gotten as many reps,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said.
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