As observations go, this one’s pretty cool.

Per Gentry Estes,

Georgia lost perhaps the best tailback in the college football in Gurley and actually has perhaps the best tailback in the country now to replace him in Chubb. That’s astonishingly rare.

Awesome, too.  Just don’t let Chubb near a Sharpie, eh?

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12 responses to “As observations go, this one’s pretty cool.

  1. Bulldawg165

    And we’ve got him for two more seasons to boot!

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  2. And last year we learned your number one guy may not be available the entire season. Who do you think is going to be the “Chubb” to back up Chubb this year? I know we’ve got some talent at the position. I wonder how some of these guys come back from injuries.

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  3. Uglydawg

    Keith Marshell ..he’s coming back…mature, strong and determined..and with a GREAT attitude. He has some things to prove..
    Michel Sony….#1 tailback on many teams.
    Chubb doesn’t have to do this all on his own..Georgia also has a good duel threat QB in Bauta.
    Someone told me this morning that Georgia might be a little un-proven at reciever…but with these guys running the ball, the play fake could even get me or Cojones open.
    This will probably be the most complete team we have seen from Georgia in a very, very long time.

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    • Uglydawg

      “Michel Sony”.sorry…I’m going to just use “Sony” from now on to limit my goofs on his name.
      Great article, BTW…good read but not much about QB..

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      • Cojones

        Thought you had thought that you had misspelled Michel, but checked my sanity by looking at the roster. Couldn’t find him in the “S”s and finally found him in the “M”s. So don’t feel alone.

        Is brain farting contagious over 70? My data says “Yes!”.

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    • Cojones

      Hey! I can limp fast. Think of Walter Brennan in a hurry.

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    • ZeroPointZeri

      I bring very little to the Blutarski Sader diner except for my favorite insight. QB is really important. Especially in a pro style offense. Just saying. It seems you can run a freshman or two or three (Corch) in the spread and not skip a beat but in the pro sets, time matters.

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  4. Texas Dawg

    Kind of like days of old for Oklahoma State when Thurman Thomas left only to be replaced with Barry Sanders.

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