Found November 14, 2012 on
The Lady Sportswriter:
Let me tell you, Keith Marshall is a great kid with a phenomenal attitude—and he’s done a stand-up job for the Georgia Bulldogs this season—but to hear him say he thought the level of competition would be harder made me pause for just a nano second. And while he certainly meant no disrespect by it, you can hardly chastise him for speaking his mind—after all, he and his counterpart (Todd Gurley) sure have made it look easy, haven’t they? Keith, dahlin’, if it feels easy to you, keep on keepin’ on, because I would love to see a whole lot more of the following in your future at Georgia (fast forward to :32).
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