Georgia Football: An Early Preview of the Georgia Tailbacks

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Georgia Football: An Early Preview of the Georgia Tailbacks
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Isaiah Crowell announced today that he would be playing football for the University of Georgia and a shockwave has been sent throughout the Bulldog Nation. Crowell has been considered the most important recruit for Mark Richt during his time in Athens, so you can certainly expect him to play all year.

Crowell joins Washaun Ealey, a junior who has led the Bulldogs in rushing the last two years, and Caleb King, a disappointment over his career but is still a solid player, in the Bulldog’s backfield in 2011. Carlton Thomas and Ken Malcome seem to be the guys that are left out in this situation, but you never know.

Georgia’s run game was inconsistent last year, but there were signs of brilliance still, particularly for Ealey. Crowell’s commitment will only push these guys forward.

Here’s a close look at each of Georgia’s tailbacks for 2011, and will include my predictions on how stats will shake up.

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