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All eyes are on Isaiah Crowell, the talented yet troubled running back, next season. Has he matured? Can he stay healthy?
The 2011 SEC Freshman of the Year had a turbulent 2011 season in which he ran for 850 yards and five touchdowns. But his inability to stay healthy late in the year, particularly in the SEC Championship game against LSU, cost Georgia dearly.
Crowell was the headline recruit from the "Dream Team" recruiting class in 2011, and he still has a tremendous amount of potential, but his maturity has not caught up to that yet.
In the last four games of Georgia's season, Crowell ran for 29 yards on 15 carries and had more than three carries in just one of those games.
Crowell will need to toughen up or else other tailbacks will see the field. Georgia signed highly-touted recruits Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley to give Crowell competition. He has to step up.