Georgia Bulldogs running back Isaiah Crowell took part in full practice on Thursday, and hopefully will be a go for their SEC Championship meeting with the No. 1 LSU Tigers.
Per ESPN's Mark Schlabch on Twitter:
The freshman running back has been a sparkplug for UGA's offense so far this year, starting seven games for the Bulldogs while leading the team with 832 yards rushing with five touchdowns along with four 100 yards games to boot.
Crowell originally injured the ankle on his second carry from scrimmage against Kentucky back on Nov. 19, and did not play against Georgia Tech last week after favoring it in pre-game warmups. If the Bulldogs have any chance of taking out the Tigers, they will need Crowell suited up and ready to go at the Georgia Dome this Saturday.
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