Michael Bennett's final college football game had the toughest of results.
The senior receiver tore his ACL in Tuesday's win over Louisville. Bennett announced the news via his Twitter account on Thursday.
Another torn ACL and another chance to respond to adversity. God is in control. http://t.co/nDVlOeMbib— Michael Bennett (@MBennett_82) January 1, 2015
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This is the second torn ACL of Bennett's college career. He suffered the first one in October of 2012, the week before Georgia's game against South Carolina.
Bennett also tore the meniscus in his knee last season, missing two games.
This season, Bennett had a team-high 37 catches, as well as 404 receiving yards and four touchdowns. He caught two passes for 23 yards in the Belk Bowl before suffering the injury.
Bennett finished his career with 134 catches, 1,607 yards and 17 touchdowns.