Indeed. From the article and the depth chart it appears the load will fall mostly based on seniority. But Georgia's not the only program that has been recruiting the running back position well. With younger, talented backs like Gallman and Choice waiting in the wings, Georgia's defense is again going to have its hands full in the opener against the Tigers. Regardless of which one is in the backfield.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Clemson deep at RB too
Although not as experienced. They lose Roderick McDowell who had over a thousand yards last season (nearly 200 of which came against Georgia) in 189 attempts. They also lose quarterback Tajh Boyd who had 154 attempts himself. So it's expected that there would be some focus on who might absorb some of that load.