No ACL damage for Nick Chubb

Georgia Bulldogs star running back Nick Chubb did suffer a serious knee injury in yesterday’s game against Tennessee, but thankfully did not damage his ACL. ESPN’s Brett McMurphy reported the update.

Nick Chubb suffered a “significant knee injury” but he did not damage ACL, Georgia announces

— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) October 11, 2015

Chubb injured his knee in the first quarter while trying to keep his balance as he was run out of bounds, but his leg bent awkwardly and he was helped off the field. His mother announced today that he had torn three ligaments, including his PCL, and was facing a 6-12 month recovery following surgery in a couple of weeks.

But this is still good news, as ACL injuries can be career-changing. Chubb can now look forward to a long recovery and hopefully come back as though he was never injured.

Campus Sports will update Chubb’s recovery process as more information becomes available.

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