After a strong freshman season, Georgia running back Nick Chubb was making defenders miss at Georgia’s spring game.
Nick Chubb is a large and powerful running back. After the season-ending injury to Todd Gurley last season, Chubb, then a freshman, stepped up big for the Bulldogs.
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In the Belk Bowl, Chubb and the Bulldogs ran all over Louisville en route to a 37-14 victory. Chubb ran for 266 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries in the Bulldogs’ big victory, which secured Georgia a 10-win season.
With Gurley heading to the NFL, Chubb will be expected to carry the Bulldogs as they head into the 2015 season looking to capture an SEC Championship.
At the Bulldogs spring game in Athens on Saturday, Chubb looked good as he made defenders miss as he scored a touchdown.
At 228 pounds, Chubb has a rare blend of physical size along with good speed. He has a chance to be one of the best running backs in the nation this year.
Georgia is only going to go as far as Chubb’s legs take them this season.
If the spring game is any indication, Chubb is going to put the Bulldogs on his back as they run toward success in the SEC.
(H/T: Kevin Causey)
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