Georgia wide receiver Marlon Brown is extremely excited to play the Tennessee Volunteers, reports Marc Weiszer of the Augusta Chronicle. The fourth-year senior was heavily recruited by Tennessee before choosing to attend Georgia.
Brown is having a career year, already collecting 16 catches. He's averaging 16.5 yards per catch and has three touchdowns.
After spending several years hampered or sidelined by injury, he's looking forward to carrying that momentum in the game against Tennessee. Weiszer quotes Brown:
"I can't wait. I'm really, really excited to play Tennessee. I'm healthy this year. When I played them last year I wasn't that healthy. When I was a sophomore I didn't play against them because I hurt my shoulder."
Brown was booed by Tennessee fans as a freshman. Georgia fans hope that he gives them all the more reason to boo on Saturday as he shows them everything they missed out on.