Vanderbilt senior QB Austyn Carta-Samuels’ career at Vanderbilt is over, and he suffered the torn ACL against Georgia. He didn’t play against Texas A&M or Florida. However, being the Iron Man that he is, Carta-Samuels returned to play the final three games and recorded wins against Kentucky, Tennessee and Wake Forest.
Vanderbilt confirmed that Carta-Samuels did have surgery at the end of November, and he’ll return to take part in Vandy’s March Pro Day, via the AP.
”That guy made the ultimate commitment to his team. He’s had his surgery and will be back for pro day,” Franklin said.
Carta-Samuels finished 193 of 281 for 2,268 yards, 11 TDs and nine INTs. Backup Patton Robinette will start against Houston in the Compass Bowl.
What a way to finish your career, finishing 3-0 on a torn ACL. How many players can say that?
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