Last season, the Georgia Bulldogs lost a big piece of their offense when running back Nick Chubb went down with a gruesome knee injury. He was in line to possibly win the Heisman Trophy before the injury put him out for the year.
He underwent surgery on his PCL and other ligaments not long after the injury and he looks to be recovering just fine. He was seen sprinting on a treadmill which shows that his knee is doing just fine.
— Trent Langley (@Bowdawg7) February 18, 2016
The PCL is a pretty nasty ligament to tear and it’s often a career-ending injury. However, Chubb seems to be doing pretty well with his recovery as he looks to help the Bulldogs compete in the SEC again in 2016.
Let’s hope he can continue to get healthy so he can pursue his dream of getting to the NFL.
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