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02/26/17 - Georgia star defensive tackle Trenton Thompson is withdrawing from school for spring semester and is dealing with what the school said Thursday is a "significant" medical issue that led to him being taken by police to an Athens hospital. The school said in a statement that Thompson had "an adverse reaction to medications prescribed specifically for his medical condition" when he was found walking on a campus road by University of Georgia police at 1:14 a.m. Thursday. Police called for medical assistance, and Thompson was taken to Athens Regional Medical Center. Thompson was named most valuable player in the Bulldogs' Liberty Bowl win over Texas Christian. The school says he required a recent extended hospital stay due to the undisclosed medical issue. Georgia did not say if Thompson plans to return to school. According to the police incident report obtained by The Associated Press, Thompson was "behaving incoherently, and appeared to be experiencing some type of unknown medical problem." According to the report, Thompson "appeared very unsteady on his feet" and told police he had taken "two oxies." Georgia said in its statement medical tests showed Thompson had taken only prescribed medications. - AP Sports
01/04/17 - 2016 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Defensive Line Trenton Thompson, Georgia: Thompson set a Liberty Bowl record by recording three sacks in Georgia's 31-23 triumph over TCU. Honorable mention: Derek Barnett, Tennessee; Jesse Brubaker, Tulsa; Nick Dawson-Brents, Western Kentucky; Patrick Gamble, Georgia Tech; Kyle Kelley, San Diego State; Harold Landry, Boston College; Ja'Von Rolland-Jones, Arkansas State; Solomon Thomas, Stanford; DeMarcus Walker, Florida State. - AP Sports