Ken Malcome Injury: Bulldogs Running Back Out With Hand Injury

Georgia running back Ken Malcome has left the game with a hand injury and will not return according to a report by Chuck Dowdle. Malcome got the start on Saturday afternoon and rushed six times for 32 yards.

Without Malcome the Bulldogs will likely turn to a pair of freshman for the remainder of the game. Todd Gurley made a splash in the first half with a touchdown run on his second carry and a 100-yard kick off return. He has five carries for 25 yards including his 10-yard touchdown run. Keith Marshall also made his debut in the first half and has four carries for 19 yards.

Georgia hasn't built a lot of rhythm with the running game this afternoon. Another option at tailback would be Richard Samuel who has taken some snaps at fullback against Buffalo.

For more on the Bulldogs, visit Dawg Sports, SB Nation Atlanta or our SEC blog Team Speed Kills. For more college football news and information, check out SB Nation's college football hub.

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