Georgia announced Tuesday before the Bulldogs' first spring practice that senior tailback Carlton Thomas intends to transfer. Thomas ranked second on the team last season with 361 rushing yards, but was suspended twice for disciplinary reasons. Thomas said in a university statement...

"This decision was based solely on the fact that this is my last year to play and my parents and I felt like it was the right move to make," "I want to make more of an impact on the field. I didn't want to disrupt Georgia's team and preparation for next season, so I made the final decision to leave earlier rather than later in the year."
As for his replacement? SEC Freshman of the Year Isaiah Crowell returns, as do Ken Malcome and Richard Samuel -- all of whom started at least twice last season.
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CBizWRECKIN148 months
Not a huge loss but he had some experience. He wasn't a bad backup when our guys needed a breather though... I wish the best for CT.
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