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KEN MALCOME RUMORS & GOSSIP

Ken Malcome front runner for UGA running back spot

Since the dismissal of star running back Isaiah Crowell, the Georgia Bulldogs have been wondering who their starting running back would be. Yesterday evening, Mark Richt gave a little in site into who will likely get the starting nod saying that Sophomore running back Ken Malcome was the guy he was leaning towards. “Something could change between now and then,” Richt said. ”I...
Via College Football Section
August 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Malcome likely to start for Georgia

Sophomore Ken Malcome will likely be the starting tailback for No. 6 Georgia in the opener against Buffalo. Coach Mark Richt made the announcement after a closed scrimmage Wednesday, though he still left himself room to change his mind between now and the Sept. 1 game. Richt was vague about the pecking order behind Malcome, saying he wants everyone to keep fighting for a spot right...
Via AP on Fox
August 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia Football: Ready to Get the Ball Running Minus the Egos

Ken Malcome, Todd Gurley, and Keith Marshall have two things in common: they all want the ball and none of them are willing to jeopardize an opportunity to get their hands on it. As the veteran of the bunch, Ken Malcome has the edge on the starting spot as of now, but it’s clear to many that both Keith Marshall and his good friend Todd Gurley will get plenty of face time if coach...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
August 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs Football: No Longer Willing to Run Scared

Georgia is doing all they can to make certain they won’t have to fret about depth at running back for years to come. Where last season saw thin options, this season is already looking a whole lot better with a more mature Isaiah Crowell, a more determined Ken Malcome, and a bevy of incoming talent in both Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley—both of whom will have their chance to  compete...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
May 04, 2012  |  Discuss

G-Day Snapshot: Running With the Bulldogs

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...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
April 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Crowell, Malcome run well in UGA spring game

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. ...
Via Fox Sports South
April 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Crowell, Malcome impress in Georgia scrimmage

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...
Via AP on Fox
April 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs: Will Ken Malcome Get a Significant Chance to Play Against Tech Today?

According to the Twitter feed of more than one sportswriter, Isaiah Crowell is running a bit gimpy on that ankle and it doesn't look promising that he'll take many meaningful snaps in the game today. That said, coach Richt is left depending on Carlton Thomas (playing smart on the field this season but not so much off it) and Brandon Harton (who has a bad case of fumbilitis...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
November 26, 2011  |  Discuss

BREAKING: Georgia suspends 3 for upcoming game

((ht: georgiadogs.com))According to a published report, which partially confirms something that we at OSG Sports reported this past weekend, the University of Georgia has suspended 3 running backs for their upcoming game against New Mexico State. Freshman running back Isiah Crowell and backups Carlton Thomas and Ken Malcome will be the three sitting out.Head coach Mark Richt released...
Via Online Sports Guys
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss

Running backs? We don’t need no stinkin’ running backs.

I swear, this reads like a bad April Fools’ joke. A trio of Georgia running backs have been suspended for the upcoming game against New Mexico State. As first reported by ESPN, Dawg Post has confirmed tailbacks Isaiah Crowell, Carlton Thomas and Ken Malcome have been suspended for a violation of team rules. Malcome’s got a helluva sense of timing, doesn’t he? I guess this week...
Via Get The Picture
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss
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