Ever wonder what sports a college football player is allowed to take on in the offseason? Keeping in mind that injury risks have to be taken seriously.

Well, now you've got an answer-- Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm has been hitting the lake recently in the Fishing League Worldwide tournament.


No word yet on what his UGA brethren thought of his performance, but it has been reported that Fromm came up empty-handed. That's right: zero fish. Fromm must have been embarrassed about his lack of production, but he surely still had a great time based on the photos he shared after the fact.

Fromm had a fantastic freshman year in 2017, posting 21 touchdowns compared to just 5 interceptions and 2,173 yards. He also competed a high percentage of his passes and seemed to thrive in Kirby Smart's offense despite his tender age.


The Bulldogs are an elite team and have even higher expectations heading into the 2018 season. Their last campaign ended in paralyzing fashion in the national championship game, but the UGA faithful will be backing their signal-calling fisherman to guide them to new heights this fall.