Georgia's Aaron Murray, the SEC’s all-time leader in passing yards and touchdown passes, was knocked out of Saturday night’s game with Kentucky with a knee injury, and he won’t return. The injury took place on a 28-yard run in the second quarter.
Murray, on crutches, left the stadium during half time, so the injury appears to be serious.
Aaron Murray left Georgia's locker room on crutches after half time and entered a patrol car to leave Sanford Stadium pic.twitter.com/rRZkwSt4jm
— Dean Legge (@Dawg_Post) November 24, 2013
Murray was having a big game before the injury, tossing four touchdown passes and 183 yards on 18-of-23 pass attempts. Backup Hutson Mason replaced Murray and promptly threw a 24-yard touchdown of his own to Todd Gurley to put the Bulldogs up 35-10.
Murray has started 52 consecutive games for the Bulldogs, but his status for the season finale with Georgia Tech next Saturday is now seriously in question.
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