Georgia Football: Six Stock Recommendations for Dawg Investors

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Aug 31, 2013; Clemson, SC, USA; Georgia Bulldogs running back Keith Marshall (4) carries the ball while being defended by Clemson Tigers linebacker Stephone Anthony (42) during the fourth quarter at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Tigers won 38-35. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

Running Backs

With blue collar CEO Nick Chubb’s efficiency plan in place and the buzz about Keith Marshall’s return growing, the price of running back stock at Georgia is high.

The running back corps can’t beat the expectations on the street. While dividends are strong, there is no value to be gained from investing in Georgia running backs. And with running backs being the most susceptible to injury, the investment risk is significant.

Still, Georgia is deep and talented at running back and every investor is going to want a piece of this offensive sector in his or her portfolio.

Investment recommendation. Hold shares of Running Back stock and monitor minor injuries and discipline rumors to buy the dips.

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