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01/08/18 - To win national championships the old-school, SEC way, you must have a smothering defense packed with big plays and a strong kicking game. Most importantly, you must run the ball. Then run it some more. Georgia's running game is deeper and better than Alabama's, by only a slight margin. That'll be the difference in Monday night's national championship game. In 1980, Herschel Walker's decision to sign with Georgia laid the groundwork for a national title that year. Similarly, the 2017 Bulldogs' hopes turned on the decisions by tailbacks Nick Chubb and Sony Michel to put their NFL dreams on hold for a year and return for their senior seasons.
The decisions by Chubb and Michel, as well as outside linebackers Lorenzo Carter and Davin Bellamy, all announced on the same December day in 2016, were crucial for coach Kirby Smart's second season. Carter blocked a field goal and Michel had the winning touchdown run in the second overtime of last week's 54-48 Rose Bowl playoff semifinal win over Oklahoma. Chubb and Michel combined to run for 326 yards against Oklahoma to become the most productive tandem in NCAA FBS history, passing SMU's Eric Dickerson and Craig James. In 1980, Walker was a one-man running game. Chubb trails only Walker on the SEC's career rushing list, yet he has far more help than Walker every dreamed of. - AP College Football
01/04/18 - 2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Running back...Nick Chubb and Sony Michel, Georgia (Rose): We're including the Georgia teammates as a package after they combined for six touchdowns in the third-ranked Bulldogs' 54-48 double-overtime semifinal triumph over No. 2 Oklahoma. Michel ran 11 times for 181 yards and three touchdowns - including the game-winning 27-yard score - and caught four passes for 41 yards and a fourth touchdown. Chubb ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries. - AP College Football
12/13/17 - 2017 ALL-SEC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB Nick Chubb, Georgia,...Senior offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn, of St. Petersburg, Fla., and senior tailback Nick Chubb, of Cedartown, Ga., were named to the First Team Offense while junior inside linebacker Roquan Smith was included on the First Team Defense. The third-seeded Bulldogs (12-1) travel to Pasadena, Calif., to face second-seeded Oklahoma (12-1) in the College Football Playoff's semifinal round in the Rose Bowl on Monday, January 1. Kickoff is at 5:10 p.m. ET. - Georgia Football
11/20/17 - NOV 20 SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia...After being announced for Senior Day, Chubb posted a season-best performance of 151 yards rushing on 15 carries (10.1 average) and scored two touchdowns, including a season-long 55-yard run. With the victory, Georgia went undefeated against its SEC East opponents for the first time since the divisional split in 1992 and undefeated at home for the first time since 2012. He became the only Georgia player other than Herschel Walker in history to rush for 1,000 yards or more in three different seasons after hitting the 1,045 mark last Saturday. Chubb currently ranks fourth on the all-time SEC list with 4,469 yards and is one of only five SEC players in history who have had three different 1,000-yard seasons. - SEC Football
11/18/17 - The big question heading into Saturday's game between No. 7 Georgia and Kentucky was whether the Bulldogs would respond following last week's shellacking at Auburn. That they did, overcoming a slow start to roll past the Wildcats 42-13 to keep their playoff hopes alive. Running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel deserve a tip of the cap for that. The seniors made their final home game a memorable one, with Chubb rushing for 151 yards and two scores, while Michel added 87 yards and three touchdowns. Georgia (10-1, 7-1 SEC) controls its destiny for a playoff spot as long as the Bulldogs overcome Georgia Tech in next week's regular-season finale and beat either Auburn or Alabama for the SEC title at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Chubb and Michel were simply too much for Kentucky (7-4, 4-4) to handle.
Leading 28-13 after an 8-yard scamper by Michel, Chubb ripped off a 55-yard touchdown before Michel's 4-yard run -- his third score of the night -- accounted for the final score. Quarterback Jake Fromm accounted for Georgia's other touchdown with a 27-yard touchdown pass to Javon Wims in the second quarter. Wims finished with a team-high six catches for 83 yards. Fromm completed 9 of 14 passes for 123 yards with the touchdown and one interception before being replaced by Jacob Eason late in the fourth quarter. Running back Benny Snell accounted for most of Kentucky's offense, rushing for 94 yards and scoring the team's only touchdown on a 1-yard run in the third. The Bulldogs outgained Kentucky 504-261, sacking quarterback Stephen Johnson three times and intercepting him once, courtesy of Aaron Davis in the third quarter. - The Sports Xchange