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Georgia loses DE Dobbs to foot injury
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ATHENS — Junior Demarcus Dobbs, who entered spring practice as Georgia's starting defensive end, will miss the rest of the spring after suffering a broken bone in his left foot on Thursday.

Georgia spokesman Claude Felton said Friday Dobbs will need surgery to repair the fifth metatarsal fracture.

Georgia trainer Ron Courson said Dobbs should be able to train during the summer and be ready for the start of preseason practice in August.

Dobbs, from Savannah, played in 13 games with four starts in 2008. He had 19 tackles and two sacks. He returned one of his two interceptions for a touchdown.

Georgia postponed its scheduled Friday scrimmage due to heavy rain and plans to return to practice on Monday.
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