Aaron Murray left the second half of his final home game with a knee injury. (Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray will have surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee, according to Dan Wolken of USA Today.
Murray left Saturday's game against Kentucky early with a left knee injury. The senior QB was taken to the hospital after he was injured on an interception that was tipped into a defender's hands.
Murray threw for four touchdown passes in the first half, but was limping after a 28-yard run. He was helped onto the sidelines and then the locker room.
Hutson Mason came in for Murray and threw for 189 yards and 1 touchdown as the Bulldogs defeated Kentucky 59-17.
Murray finishes his collegiate career with the Southeastern Conference records for career completions, yards passing, total offense and touchdown passes.