As Georgia's spring camp officially comes to a close, a few players made their presence felt while the depth chart on defense remains the big story.
His first three years at Georgia were a struggle, with one injury after another. Now fully healthy, fifth-year senior Austin Long has a chance to compete for a starting job.
After two months on the bench with an ankle injury, Georgia's most dependable performer at running back returns in time for the Outback Bowl
Isaiah Crowell's freshman season, pocked with suspensions and nagging injuries, didn't exactly live up to expectations, and the young standout has had to learn some tough lessons.
Mark Richt admits that Georgia has had to work around 'a little too much drama' at running back all season, with injuries and suspensions both recurring more often than the coach would like.
With Carlton Thomas suspended for the third time in 2011 and Isaiah Crowell's first-quarter injury, Georgia ran into a host of RB woes Saturday. But then little Brandon Harton busted out his first 100-yard game.
When Malcolm Mitchell returned to practice this week following a three-game absence caused by a hamstring injury, he reminded everyone what he brings to Georgia's aerial attack.
Forced to go deep at wide receiver because of injuries, Dawgs find more playmakers.
Because of suspensions and injuries Georgia is without four running backs, including leading rusher Isaiah Crowell, for Saturday's game against New Mexico State.
The Bulldogs expect to be without two key offensive players for Saturday's game against New Mexico State.
Florida starting quarterback John Brantley is slated to return against Georgia after missing the past two games with an injury.
LB Alec Ogletree returns from injury to find his position group has gotten stronger and gained experience.
True freshman WR Chris Conley bided his time, kept working hard and has earned his playing time as injuries at his position have mounted.
Injuries have sidelined several Georgia receivers, but the players stepping in don't expect a drop-off.
Georgia's defense has hit its stride during the Bulldogs' four-game winning streak.
Injuries forced Mike Gilliard to step into a starting spot at inside linebacker, and he has performed better than expected.