Found April 15, 2012 on The Lady Sportswriter:
2012 will should offer Bulldog fans something better than 2011, a bonafide running game with depth. Where last season saw a depth chart with one phenom and a couple of “maybes”, this year will offer the possibility of an even better Isaiah Crowell, a much more “comfortable Ken Malcome, and a not to be forgotten Alexander Ogletree. Even more, the summer will bring Todd Gurley into the fray right—to make some noise alongside his good friend Keith Marshall. Georgia’s future at tailback certainly looks a whole lot brighter and stable than it did just a season ago and that’s definitely a good thing. (h/t @RadiNabulsi)
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