Three Georgia running backs will reportedly be suspended for Saturday's game, including Isaiah Crowell.
The Georgia Bulldogs have suspended running backs Isaiah Crowell, Carlton Thomas and Ken Malcome for Saturday's crucial slugfest against New Mexico State, according to ESPN, Dawg Post and others. With Richard Samuel also sidelined for four games due to ankle surgery, that leaves ...
Well, via CFBStats.com, see for yourself what the rest of Georgia's running game looks like:
|2||Richard Samuel IV||JR||RB||7||73||240||3.29||1||10.43||34.29|
|11||Wes Van Dyk||SR||RB||1||1||1||1.00||0||1.00||1.00|
Yep, Boykin, a defender, and Murray, the quarterback, are the next most productive rushers behind Crowell, Samuel and Thomas. Again, it's only New Mexico State, but we're going to see a very interesting offense on the field either way.
No word yet on what caused the suspensions, and no confirmation yet from the program. Pretty great coincidence that they didn't need to be suspended for last week's game though, huh?