Finally, there’s some good news amidst the injury carnage that is Georgia’s football roster.

Michael Bennettsuffered a knee injury in UGA’s win over Tennessee this past Saturday, one of three Bulldogs to suffer injuries of varying degrees to that joint.  As expected, Bennett underwent surgery Tuesday, the school announced, to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee.

The only timeline for the receiver getting back onto the field is the press release stating that he is “expected to return to the team at some point this season following completion of a rehab program.”  Bennett had already been ruled out of the Missouri game this Saturday.

The junior is third on the team with 14 receptions for 176 yards and two touchdowns.

The news, of course, is not so good for UGA’s second-leading receiver.  Redshirt sophomore Justin Scott-Wesley underwent surgery yesterday as well to repair a torn meniscus in…

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