When BYU running back Jamaal Williams suffered a nasty concussion in a loss to Utah last month, his thoughts turned to his mother.
Williams wasn't worried about if he had suffered a serious neck injury or if he would be able to play again this season. He was more concerned about disappointing his mom.
''When I got hurt, I feel like I let her down,'' Williams said. ''And the next game, when I came back, I felt like I was playing for her to show her that I was going to be ready and be the same Jamaal.''
The good news for BYU is Williams finally feels like the same Jamaal again. It's also bad news for Georgia Tech.
No team understands the damage Williams can do better than the Yellow Jackets, who face the Cougars in Provo on Saturday. Georgia Tech had no answer for him a year ago. He rushed for 107 yards and three touchdowns on 28 carries in a 41-17 BYU victory. It was one of three games where Williams had more than 100 yards on the ground du...