ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Tailbacks Isaiah Crowell and Ken Malcome didn't waste any time impressing coach Mark Richt in Georgia's spring scrimmage.
With freshman Keith Marshall likely to push for the starting job this summer, each snap held special meaning for Crowell, the 2011 Southeastern Conference freshman of the year, and Malcome, who began the day atop the depth chart.
Marshall enrolled early to Georgia, but has been sidelined since March 31 with a strained hamstring.
Crowell and Malcome combined for 71 yards rushing and two touchdowns to help the Red team win G-Day with a 32-31 victory over the Black team Saturday at Sanford Stadium.
"I thought they ran well," Bulldogs coach Mark Richt said. "They got picked up some yards after contact and got some tough yards. I would've liked to have seen us throw the ball to those guys a little more."
Marshall was ranked by Scout.com and ESPN.com as the nation's No. 1 high school running back last year. Richt believes Marshall will be ready...