Hated to see where Georgia’s Bryce Ros had to give up football recently. The big tight end from Kennesaw, who’s the son of former Bulldog great Frank Ros, suffers from a chronic, degenerative condition in his right big toe. It developed from an injury he suffered in high school and simply got worse with each passing year.
Anyway, Ros is expected to receive a medical disqualification from the NCAA once all the proper paperwork is filed. A lot of people have asked so I figured I’d just make it clear right here: Yes, this opens up another scholarship for the Bulldogs next season.
As a medical DQ, Ros will be allowed to remain on scholarship but will not count against the NCAA-mandated limit of 85. So that gives Georgia one more scholly for the 2010 class and that’s good news since the Dogs are almost tapped out for 2010 here in August of 2009. They have 18 commitments so far and, even with this new development, they currently have room to sign no more than 22. Of course, these