by Larry LeoNovember 5, 2012
Georgia senior Marlon Brown became the second Bulldogs receiver to suffer a season-ending knee injury this season when he injured his anterior cruciate ligament in Saturday's 37-10 win against Ole Miss. Georgia coach Mark Richt said...
"Marlon unfortunately has an ACL injury that will need surgery, so his career at Georgia is over. But we're going to be expecting a full recovery," who had three catches for 116 yards and a touchdown against the Rebels. "That's just an injury that people recover from well and we know he'll go continue on to his pro career because I think he was well on his way to having that happen for him.
"We're very sad and sorry that happened for Marlon and for Georgia, too. But he'll recover. He'll do fine. It's just a hard thing to swallow right now."
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Originally published on SECRant.com
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