I know some of you might question ranking Texas A&M’s running backs as the best group in the conference, but, statistically speaking, they’re a talented bunch.
I didn’t realize Smith was returning to full-time receiving, but I’m not surprised. He’s damned good. But, overall, that’s a good point; Fisher is going to lean heavily on that backfield to ease his new quarterback in. TAMU’s issue will be how an offensive line that lost almost every starter from last season adjusts.
By the way, Georgia’s backfield is looking none too shabby there, either. That’s a good thing for a returning quarterback to have.