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Bad news for the Georgia Bulldogs, again. Wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell suffered another knee injury this week during practice. Per

UGA on Friday confirmed that Georgia’s star wide receiver will miss at least “the first part” of Georgia’s preseason practices after suffering the injury while running pass routes with teammates this week. He underwent arthroscopic surgery on Thursday to repair cartilage damage. A full recovery is anticipated, but his availability for the Bulldogs’ season opener against Clemson will have to be determined later.
Mitchell, a junior from Valdosta, suffered an ACL injury in the season opener last season against Clemson while celebrating a touchdown in the end zone with Todd Gurley.
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