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07/11/17 - 2017 Preseason Maxwell Award Watchlist: RB Nick Chubb, Georgia,...Played in all 13 games, making 11 starts in 2016...named one of four overall team captains for the 2016 season...team's leading rusher, with 1,130 yards on 224 carries (5.0 avg.) and 8 TDs, despite missing the second half of the Ole Miss game and playing just one snap the next week vs. Tennessee...finished the season as UGA's No. 2 all-time rusher with 3,424 yards, behind only Herschel Walker...rushed for a team-high 142 yards, 129 of which came during the second half, in UGA's Liberty Bowl win over TCU. - Georgia Football
07/11/17 - Georgia senior RB Chubb plots powerful sendoff...Georgia running back Nick Chubb was never supposed to make it to his senior season. He looked NFL ready as a true freshman in 2014 with 1,547 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns, showing raw power and lateral cuts that immediately put him on the radar as a top prospect. Even after suffering a major knee injury as a sophomore, he came back last season to rush for 1,130 yards. With 535 college carries, he seemed poised to start earning a paycheck. But he made the surprising decision to come back, ready to chase Herschel Walker's school rushing record and re-show the full promise of his freshman season. "At the end of the season I thought I was running full speed, but it was hard to tell," Chubb said at SEC Media Days in Hoover, Ala., on Tuesday. "Now and during the spring I feel a lot better."
NFLDraftScout.com rates Chubb as a fringe first-rounder, the No. 35 overall prospect heading into fall camp and the third-best running back behind Penn State's Saquon Barkley (No. 3) and LSU's Derrius Guice (No. 12). "I know I'm working hard, pushing my body, trying to get better to where I once was, I guess," said Chubb, 5-foot-10 and 228 pounds. "We'll see come September. ... No matter what, I can't come back next year. Leave it all out there." Chubb has a strong, compact frame and is known as a weight-room warrior, but second-year Georgia coach Kirby Smart said his strength staff is more concerned about preparing for football than putting up crazy lift numbers. - The Sports Xchange
12/30/16 - Chubb, Georgia run down TCU...When running back Chubb recently announced his plans to return for his senior year, Georgia head coach Kirby Smart breathed a huge sigh of relief. Folllwing his performance in Friday's 31-23 win over TCU in the Liberty Bowl, it's easy to see why. Chubb rushed 17 times for 142 yards and a game-clinching touchdown, giving Smart what he hopes is the first of many bowl victories to come. The Bulldogs finish the season at 8-5. It wasn't easy. Down by two points, a 30-yard field goal by Rodrigo Blankenship put Georgia back up 24-23 with 13:27 remaining before Chubb's score with 2:48 left finally gave the Bulldogs (8-5) enough cushion to fend off the Horned Frogs (6-7). TCU was paced by quarterback Kenny Hill, who completed 18 of 27 passes for 146 yards and two touchdowns, both going to John Diarse. - The Sports Xchange
12/15/16 - Running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel have decided to return to Georgia for their senior seasons. Outside linebackers Lorenzo Carter and Davin Bellamy said they will be back, too. The Bulldogs (7-5) end this season Dec. 30 in the Liberty Bowl against TCU (6-6) Chubb and Michel said their decisions weren't difficult, adding that they didn't want to leave Georgia after a disappointing first year under coach Kirby Smart that included home losses to Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech. Chubb, a Heisman Trophy candidate to begin the season, had 988 yards rushing and seven touchdowns, but his productivity was affected by a struggling offensive line and some questionable play-calling by new offensive coordinator Jim Chaney. Michel, the No. 2 tailback, ran for 753 yards with three TDs. Chubb said he had made up his mind last weekend to return. He and Michel are close friends and influenced each other to come back. - AP Sports
11/19/16 - McKenzie, Chubb lead Georgia past Rajun Cajuns...After closing out the SEC portion of his team's schedule with a big win last week against Auburn, the last thing Georgia head coach Kirby Smart wanted was to have any late-season mojo ruined Saturday by Louisiana-Lafayette. He shouldn't have been concerned. Thanks to a pair of touchdowns each by Isaiah McKenzie and Nick Chubb, the Bulldogs made a quick statement against the visiting Ragin Cajuns and eased to a 35-21 victory. With the victory the Bulldogs improved to 7-4 while Louisiana-Lafayette of the Sunbelt Conference dropped to 4-6. McKenzie got the Bulldogs going. Georgia's junior wide receiver scored on his team's first play from scrimmage, a 55-yard run, which he followed up minutes later when he returned a punt 82 yards for a score, the fifth time he's done so in his Bulldog career. Chubb, meanwhile, had another big day. The junior went over the 100-yard mark for the second straight week, rushing 16 times for 108 yards with a 1-yard touchdown run, while also catching a 49-yard scoring pass from Jacob Eason who completed 13-of-19 passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns. - The Sports Xchange