Georgia Bulldog freshmen Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley are generating some buzz ahead of the season-opening game against the Buffalo Bulls, according to a report from The Telegraph. Senior linebacker Christian Robinson, impressed with Marshall's slick moves in practice, is anxious to see them in action against Buffalo:
"Keith put a move on somebody the other day that I hadn’t seen in a while," Robinson said. "He shook two people and they both fell down. I haven’t seen anyone since I’ve been here that could do something like that. Maybe A.J. (Green) had that kind of juking ability. That’s pretty special to me. I haven’t seen someone just blatantly fall down because some one juked them, so I want them to be turned loose so they can stop hitting us.
Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo was more subdued, praising the consistency of the two backs, saying they were dependable and he was looking forward to seeing them play.
Neither Bobo nor Robinson will have to wait long. The Bulldogs take on Buffalo Saturday at 12 p.m.
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