Georgia offensive tackle John Theus will miss at least some of the Bulldogs’ spring practices after undergoing surgery on his right foot on Wednesday.
The rising sophomore had surgery at St. Mary’s Hospital to repair a fifth metatarsal fracture, according to the school. A full recovery is expected.
Theus, from Jacksonville, Fla, started every game at right tackle as a freshman.
Georgia already will be without starting right guard Chris Burnette after he had surgery last week to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder.
Spring practices begin on March 2 and conclude with the G-Day game on April 6.
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