Golston joins Bulldogs today
Bulldogs coach Mark Richt has declared Goston physically ready to play in games as a freshman this season. On Oct. 22, Golston was involved in an automobile accident that left him with serious injuries, including a broken femur in his right leg. In addition, fat torn off the bone during the accident lodged in Golston's lungs. He developed a staph infection and spent nine days on a respirator. At that point, Golston had his doubts about whether he would ever play football again. After surgery to insert a titanium rod and pin in his leg, Golston started a grueling regime of physical therapy. He continued his physical therapy after graduation under the watchful eyes of Bulldog trainers.
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