Georgia TE Bowers to have ankle surgery 

Georgia tight end Brock Bowers will have surgery to address an ankle injury suffered Saturday during the game at Vanderbilt, the Bulldogs announced Monday. 

According to Anthony Dasher of Rivals, Bowers will undergo tightrope surgery after he sustained a high ankle sprain during the second quarter against the Commodores. 

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X-rays originally revealed negative results, according to Georgia head coach Kirby Smart, and surgery will allow medical professionals to stabilize Bowers’ ankle and allow it to heal. 

According to Pete Thamel of ESPN, Bowers will miss four to six weeks. 

Bowers had appeared in all seven games this season for Georgia. He has 567 receiving yards, four receiving touchdowns across 41 receptions and a rushing touchdown.