Georgia confirms that receiver Michael Bennett has a torn meniscus and will undergo surgery tomorrow. His timetable for return has not been set.

The typical timeframe for recovery with surgery is around three to six weeks.

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Bennett should miss games against Missouri and Vanderbilt at a minimum, and the Florida game November 2nd is unlikely but not impossible.

Bennett was one of three players who suffered knee injuries Saturday against Tennessee. RB Keith Marshall and WR Justin Scott-Wesley are both out for the season with ACL tears.

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