The uproar over the suspension of Georgia tailback Isaiah Crowell has pretty much blown up to the point where it was the top trending point on Yahoo! at one point today. Now there is speculation from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Mark Bradley that Crowell might leave the Bulldog program. This is partly over speculation on whether or not this is the first incident involving Crowell violating team rules.
"After Crowell didn’t play in the first quarter against Vanderbilt,
Mark Richt told a halftime interviewer the freshman had been withheld
“because we love him.” (”Undisclosed disciplinary reasons” were the real
explanation, apparently.) On Tuesday, after Richt’s regular media
briefing had concluded, Georgia announced that Crowell was one of three
tailbacks — third-stringer Carlton Thomas and Ken Malcome are the other
two — who have been suspended for Saturday’s game against New Mexico
State. No specific reason was given.
Thus will the Bulldogs be minus four tail...