Found October 02, 2011 on The Lady Sportswriter:
Isaiah Crowell finished yesterday's contest with 108-yards, but that total is deceptive since most of it came in the first half of the game. Here's what he had to say about his performance yesterday and what he feels happened to both him and Georgia's offensive production in the second-half. For one, did it sound like he said they[Georgia] took their foot off the gas?  If that was indeed the case, I only have one question...why? Why not put a dagger in the heart of the team that danced on your 'G' before kick-off. It seems to me that was reason enough to put foot to backside. Second, while none of us want to see Crowell touching the ball 30+ times a game out of necessity—for one, that would mean Georgia wasn't confident in their other weapons—you like to know that if you need to use him, he can carry the load. I didn't get that feeling from Crowell when he point blank says a) he doesn't "want 30 carries" and b) he thinks he's ...
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