In back-to-back games, the freshman crossed the 30-carry mark, something Gurley never did at Georgia. Chubb’s stamina and toughness kept him mobile for most of the season, and even when he tired, his mental fortitude kept him on the field and off the sidelines.
“I was tired almost every game, but I didn’t really show it,” Chubb said.
“If you’re tired, just go in and score and get off the field. That’s my mode, I just go in and score and get off the field, and I won’t be tired anymore.”
I don’t know if he’s Georgia’s greatest running back since Herschel Walker, but he’s definitely Georgia’s greatest wordsmith since Walker.
Only one worry…
And as long as his contacts are clear and secure, he’s nearly invincible.
“If they come out, I’m coming out,” Chubb said with a laugh.
“That’s definitely my weakness right there — my contacts [falling out].”
So now I’ve gone from being concerned over keeping Sharpies out to contact lenses in. It’s always something.