News:Marlon Brown (knee) will require ACL surgery and is done for the season, CBSSports.com reports.
Analysis: It's a devastating blow to the senior wideout, who was leading the team in receptions (27), and was tied in receiving yards (469) and touchdowns (four). The injury occured during Saturday's win over Ole Miss, but Georgia head coach Mark Richt is confident that Marlon Brown's football future is still bright. "That's just an injury that people recover from well," Richt said. "We know he'll be able to continue on to his pro career."
News:Marlon Brown had three receptions for 113 yards, including a 66-yard touchdown, in Saturday's win over Ole Miss. However, he left with an apparent knee injury, the Athens Banner-Herald reports.
Analysis:Marlon Brown took a hard hit to the knee in the third quarter and did not return.
News:Marlon Brown caught four passes for 43 yards at Kentucky on Saturday.
Analysis:Marlon Brown was overshadowed by Tavarres King and Malcom Mitchell in this contest, and has not really been too involved in this offense since September 22 against Vanderbilt.
News:Marlon Brown and the rest of the Georgia wideouts look at the team's depth at wide receiver as a strength, David Ching of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Even among a deep group of wide receivers for Georgia, Marlon Brown is the most fantasy-worthy with two 100-yard receiving games so far this season.
News:Marlon Brown hauled in five passes for 114 yards and a touchdown against Vandy on Saturday.
Analysis:Marlon Brown has crossed the 100-yard mark twice in three games for the Bulldogs since missing the opener due to injury.
News:Marlon Brown snared three passes for 44 yards against FAU on Saturday.
Analysis: Inconsistency could be a hallmark of Marlon Brown's season, as he fights for the attention of QB Aaron Murray with Tavarres King and Michael Bennett.
News:Marlon Brown (hamstring) caught eight passes for 106 yards and two touchdowns at Mizzou on Saturday.
Analysis:Marlon Brown returned from injury in a big way, leading the Bulldogs in receiving in the 41-20 victory.
News:Marlon Brown (hamstring) looks poised to start this week after missing Georgia's opener, the Ledger-Enquirer reports.
Analysis: "With hamstrings, it's always good to get back to 100 percent, and not let it linger on the rest of the season," Marlon Brown said. "So it was pretty good for me not to play last week, so I got it back to normal." Brown caught 15 passes for 234 yards and three touchdowns in 2011.
News:Marlon Brown (leg) will not play against Buffalo on Saturday, 247Sports.com's Gentry Estes reports.
Analysis:Marlon Brown's absence will leave more targets for Tavarres King and Michael Bennett. It doesn't appear as if Brown's issue is a long-term one.
News:Marlon Brown continued his stellar preseason with seven catches for 98 yards in Georgia's final scrimmage Wednesday, the Ledger-Enquirer reports.
Analysis:Marlon Brown has been inconsistent in the past, but hopes to put it all together this season. "I've just been trying to focus on every day getting better at something," Brown said. "Just try to get better at one thing every day. If I do that, I feel like I'll have a good year."
News: Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell is listed as doubtful for this weekend's game against Florida.
Analysis: Mitchell is still the team's leading receiver despite missing a game, but with the emergence of Marlon Brown, the team may not want to rush his return.
News: Florida starting cornerback Marcus Roberson was arrested September 14th for underage drinking and a spokesperson for the university says that his punishment will be dealt with internally.
Analysis: It is likely that Roberson will miss next week's game against Georgia which bodes well for the emerging Marlon Brown and his quarterback Aaron Murray.
News: Georgia wide receiver Marlon Brown said recently that he is still only around 85% healthy as he continues to recover from an ankle injury.
Analysis: If Brown can gouge Vandy for 121 yards and two touchdowns at 85%, you can only imagine what he will do after another two weeks of healing.
News: For those who have been waiting on Georgia wide receiver Marlon Brown to do something at the college level, he showed up in a big way against Vanderbilt. Brown finished the game with four catches for 121 yards and two scores.
Analysis: Now before grabbing Brown in your league, realize that Vanderbilt cornerback Casey Hayward was likely covering Tavarres King which left Brown free to roam. But you have to like that Brown looks to be finally capitalizing on all his hype.
News: Georgia wide receiver Marlon Brown has been hobbled with an ankle injury as of late but is hoping to be ready for the game against Mississippi State this weekend.
Analysis: Brown has the capabilities to be an impact receiver for quarterback Aaron Murray, but it is unlikely that he will establish enough of a rapport considering the time he has lost.
News: For those who were expecting a much more productive start from the immensely improved Marlon Brown, it appears the Georgia wide receiver has been hampered by a sprained ankle.
Analysis: The Dawgs are still looking for a go-to receiver to emerge but in the mean time, they do have viable options in Michael Bennett and tight end Orson Charles.
News: Georgia knows now, after losing to Boise State, that they are lacking in playmaking wide receivers. The Bulldogs have no really big targets for Aaron Murray, which was part of the reason that tight end Orson Charles was the leading receiver against the Broncos.
Analysis: Charles should continue to be a top target for Murray, but between Tavarres King, Malcolm Mitchell, Marlon Brown, and Rantavious Wooten, someone needs to step up.
News: Georgia wide receivers Marlon Brown and Malcolm Mitchell missed practice today due to injury, but according to head coach Mark Richt, neither is serious.
Analysis: Brown and Mitchell will be counted upon to step up and be steady targets for Aaron Murray. so any missed time is bad.
News: It's "personal" says Georgia wide receiver Rantavious Wooten. The speedy receiver is talking about his desire to lock down a starting spot after an injury plagued 2010 season. Wooten hauled in a team-high five passes for 61 yards and a score in the latest scrimmage.
Analysis: Wooten has all the talent to really stretch the field but he will have to beat out much bigger targets in Tavarres King and Marlon Brown if he is going to see much action.
News: With all the attention paid to Georgia freshman Malcolm Mitchell, upperclassmen Marlon Brown and Rantavious Wooten know they need to step up before they leave Athens.
Analysis: Brown has taken this spring to really establish himself while Wooten is still climbing the depth chart. Consider Brown in SEC leagues only.
News: Marlon Brown came to Athens as one of the top receivers in his class but has only caught 11 passes in two seasons. Lately Brown has stepped up earning praise from Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo.
Analysis: Brown is a special athlete who runs like a big tailback but who lines up at receiver. If he can establish himself in Aaron Murray's eyes, he could have a nice season.
News: Georgia wide receiver coach Tony Ball gives us a comprehensive breakdown of the receiving corps in this Rivals.com report highlighting Malcolm Mitchell and Tavarres King among others.
Analysis: The main options for Aaron Murray should be Marlon Brown, King, and Orson Charles with Mitchell making his way onto the field soon.
News: As the Georgia Bulldogs enter summer camp, they have their top two targets figured out in Tavarres King and Marlon Brown.
Analysis: Brown, King, and Orson Charles give quarterback Aaron Murray some nice targets. Also look out for Rantavious Wooten and freshman Malcolm Mitchell.
News: Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell has yet to receive a collegiate pass but has quarterback Aaron Murray's seal of approval. Murray recently said that Mitchell "...could start for anybody in the country right now" and that he is "faster and quicker" than former Dawg A.J. Green.
Analysis: Despite being a freshman, you have to believe that he will get some looks as Murray is enamored with his freshman wideout. Mitchell will compete with Tavarres King, Marlon Brown, and Orson Charles for targets but is good enough to make his presence felt early.
News: Brown had two catches for 41 yards in Saturday's loss at South Carolina.
Analysis: With Georgia's offense sputtering, it doesn't make much sense to start Brown. He's the second option at best in the Bulldogs' receiving ranks.