Georgia officially called Marshall’s injury a “right lower extremity injury,”and considering Marshall came back from a torn ACL in his right knee last year there was cause for concern, but Mark Richt had relatively positive news after the game.
“The early word on it is that it’s not real serious, but you always have to get the MRIs to verify things,” Richt said, “but we’re not sitting here holding our breaths so much. We think it’s pretty solid structurally.”
“I just asked him if he was all right and he said yeah,” Theus said. “To the extent of that, I don’t know. Keith’s one of the best guys I ever met in my life. I love that kid to death. To see him go through the injuries that he’s gone through is just tough. I hate it for him, but wish him the best.”
Marshall rushed for 14 yards on five carries Saturday. He dropped a pass and caught another for a five-yard loss.