Georgia's Justin Scott-Wesley injures knee vs. Tennessee

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The Bulldogs suffer their third injury to a skill position player of the game.

The hits keep coming for the Georgia Bulldogs, as wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley became the latest skill player to suffer an injury against the Tennessee Volunteers. He was carted off the field as a result of the injury.

Scott-Wesley's knee buckled on a Georgia punt, without any contact -- the Tennessee returner called for a fair catch, and as the receiver ran by him he collapsed onto the field.

Running back Keith Marshall and wide receiver Michael Bennett also received injuries earlier in the game, which the Bulldogs led 17-10 at the time of Scott-Wesley's injury. Tennessee has since tied the game up.

The sophomore entered the game with 14 receptions for 289 yards and two touchdowns on the season. The yardage number is highest on the Bulldogs, while his two touchdowns are tied for the team-high (with Bennett, among others).

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