The season-long war of attrition continues to grind on the No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs. Already down star running back Todd Gurley, and with wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell gone for the season from an ACL injury, the Bulldog offense sustained another huge blow with running back Keith Marshall coming out of Saturday’s game at Tennessee.
#Georgia RB Keith Marshall leaves the game after taking a nasty shot to the knee. Dawgs are already missing RB Todd Gurley (sprained ankle)
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 5, 2013
Initial reports say it’s Marshall’s knee.
Keith Marshall has the facial expression of a guy who knows he has a serious knee injury. Just rotten luck.
— Dawg Sports (@dawgsports) October 5, 2013
ESPN’s Mark Schlabach reported via Twitter that Marshall was “in tears” on the sideline, adding it “doesn’t look good.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Marshall is done for the day.
Just got word that Keith Marshall will not return to game due to injured right knee.
— AJC UGA (@ajcuga) October 5, 2013