Keith Marshall injury: Georgia RB out of Tennessee game due to this hit

Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Marshall's knee bent in a way it shouldn't after taking a low hit from a Tennessee defender.

Keith Marshall appeared to suffer a serious knee injury in the first quarter of Saturday's game with Tennessee.

Marshall went out in the flat and tried to haul in a pass from Aaron Murray. A Tennessee cornerback came in and hit him low, though, and it looks like Marshall's leg got stuck under him and bent in a way it shouldn't.


Marshall remained down on the ground for a couple of minutes while being attended to by Georgia's training staff. He was helped off the field and laid down on a training table to have his knee wrapped and iced. CBS cameras showed Marshall with tears in his eyes while being comforted by players and coaches.

The Bulldogs were already short at running back with starter Todd Gurley out for today's game with a left ankle injury. If Marshall is unable to return, look for Brendan Douglas to get a majority of the carries.

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