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            === Georgia's Scott-Wesley, Marshall out for season ===
 Athens,  GA  (SportsNetwork.com) -  Georgia  Bulldogs  head coach  Mark  Richt
 confirmed  Sunday that  wide  receiver Justin  Scott-Wesley  and running  back
 Keith  Marshall  will miss  the  remainder  off  the season  after  sustaining
 ACL injuries in Saturday's overtime win against Tennessee.
 Marshall  tore his ACL  trying to make a catch during the first quarter, while
 Scott-Wesley went down with the same injury in the third quarter when his knee
 buckled while covering a punt.
 The  sophomore  Marshall carried the  ball 56 times for  246 yards and a score
 through  Georgia's  first five games,  while Scott-Wesley ranked second on the
 team in receiving with 16 catches for 311 yards and two touchdowns.
 Wide  receiver Michael  Bennett, who had his  2012 campaign cut short due to a
 torn  ACL,  also left  the game in  the third quarter  after injuring the same
 knee he had surgery on last year.
 Bennett  will  have a  scope on  his knee to  find out  the seriousness of his
 injury,  while running back Todd Gurley is considered day-to-day after sitting
 out Saturday's win with an ankle sprain.
 10/06 21:53:45 ET