The Georgia Bulldogs have had a whirlwind two weeks. Last week, they had that emotional win over LSU at home and then, yesterday, they were able to hold off a noble effort from the Tennessee Volunteers on the road to keep their national championship hopes alive.
However, they will now have to pursue that title without two of their top offensive weapons, who are done for the year, according to head coach Mark Richt:
Mark Richt: Georgia WR Justin Scott Wesley and RB Keith Marshall both out for the season.
— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) October 6, 2013
RB Keith Marshall and WR Justin Scott-Wesley–who caught that game-winning touchdown last week against LSU–are both done for the season after injuries sustained on Saturday against Tennessee.
Marshall took a shot to the knee yesterday, left the game and never returned, leading many UGA fans to believe that the worst news like this was on its way. Marshall was an incredible option behind stud running back Todd Gurley, who was also out yesterday following an injury against LSU.
Scott-Wesley was carted off the field yesterday with a right leg injury after his knee buckled while making attempting to make a play on the UGA punt team.