Keith Marshall Injury: Georgia RB Exits Game After Hurting Knee
Georgia's star running back Keith Marshall, actually one of two stars at the position with Todd Gurley, suffered a violent hit from a Tennessee defender in the first quarter Saturday and was helped off the field by the training staff.
Marshall went out to receive a pass from quarterback Aaron Murray, which was overthrown and Marshall was walloped in the knee and remained down on the field.
CBS captured the moment perfectly:
Uh-oh: Keith Marshall takes a big hit to his right knee and is down, grabbing the knee. Doesn't look good.— Eye on College FBall (@EyeOnCFB) October 5, 2013
Marshall spent time on the sideline as the training staff examined his knee and eventually wrapped it with a major bag of ice. Moments later, ESPN officially confirmed Marshall would miss the rest of the game:
CBS says Keith Marshall is out for the game.— ESPN_SEC (@ESPN_SEC) October 5, 2013
Georgia is already playing without the aforementioned Gurley thanks to injury, so the load will be handled by freshman J.J. Green, who had just one carry for 17 yards before Marshall went down with the injury.
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