Georgia Football TE Arik Gilbert Did Not Travel to South Carolina

With the 85-scholarship limit in college football, along with the limit on the number of players teams can take to away games, it leaves some difficult decisions for coaches in college football to decide who they want to take on the road with them. 

Usually, it is players dealing with injuries and walk-ons who have not made the depth chart.

According to sources Friday evening, Georgia’s Arik Gilbert did not make the trip to Columbia, South Carolina, for Saturday’s game against South Carolina. The sophomore tight end, fresh off a year-long break from football, was available for each of the Bulldogs’ first two games this season.

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