Georgia RB Nick Chubb receives support from star athletes on Twitter
Georgia running back Nick Chubb suffered a gruesome left leg injury during the first play of UGA’s game against Tennessee Saturday afternoon, sparking heartbreak all around the sports community. A plethora of support from teammates, fellow collegiate athletes and professional players alike quickly began to surface on Twitter.
It was tragic watching Chubb’s face on the sidelines. Hopefully these thoughts and prayers will help in his recovery.
Ohio State wide receiver Mike Thomas:
Former Florida QB Tim Tebow:
Former NFL star LB Ray Lewis:
Pitt DB Pat Amara II:
Oakland Athletics’ Josh Reddick:
Former Clemson QB Tajh Boyd:
Texas A&M RB Tra Carson:
Former UGA C David Andrews:
NBA star and Chicago Bull Jalen Rose:
The extent of Chubbs’ injury is still unknown at this point, but coach Mark Richt is reportedly optomistic it won’t require surgery:
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God please watch over my bro @NickChubb21 🙇🏾🙏🏾
— Mike Thomas (@Cantguardmike) October 10, 2015
Praying for you @NickChubb21
— Tim Tebow (@TimTebow) October 10, 2015
…. You're covered and many prayers to your recovery. U r a great young kid and ball player. @NickChubb21
— Ray Lewis (@raylewis) October 10, 2015
@NickChubb21 hope you have a speedy recover bruh
— Pat Amara II (@_PatLiveFrom215) October 10, 2015
.@NickChubb21 prayers it's nothing serious brother!
— Josh Reddick (@RealJoshReddick) October 10, 2015
Prayers up for you man, Speedy recovery and heal strong! @NickChubb21
— Tajh Boyd (@TajhB10) October 10, 2015
Prayers for chubb
— Tra Carson (@PlutoCarson) October 10, 2015
Praying for my guy @NickChubb21
— David Andrews (@dandrews61) October 10, 2015
Man, I hate seeing Chubb get hurt!
— Jalen Rose (@JalenRose) October 10, 2015
Mark Richt said he is optimistic RB Nick Chubb won't need surgery on his injured knee.
— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) October 10, 2015