Kenny McIntosh rushes for over 100 yards
Georgia football has a running back room full of highly talented players who could start at countless programs across the country.
Georgia running backs Zamir White, James Cook and Kendall Milton get most of the attention right now. However, with Milton still rehabbing an injury, Saturday could be the day junior running back Kenny McIntosh rocks the world.
Cook did his job last week against the Vols, White did his against the Gators, so now it’s time for McIntosh to run over some people and show why he is special too.
On the season, McIntosh has 44 carries for 188 yards and two touchdowns. Right now, he averages just 20.89 yards a game, but that could change on Saturday. It’s time for him to take the reins and run with it.
McIntosh is like a bowling ball who can run people over in a snap of a finger, so on Saturday, he needs to do just that.
Cook and White will likely get a handful of carries, and then they will rest, so McIntosh could see 13 or so carries along with Daijun Edwards, who could see some significant playing time.
However, Saturday will be McIntosh’s day to honor the seniors for all their hard work by rushing for over 100 yards and maybe another score or two.
He will likely be included in the passing game as well as we’ve seen him do throughout this season, but Saturday will be his day to tote the rock and get the attention.
McIntosh is long overdue for a 100-yard game, and after getting seven carries for 46 yards and one score last week, why not keep that momentum going?