Georgia needs to ride Crowell

ATHENS, Ga. -- Enough with the rotation. Give Isaiah Crowell the ball.

I think it's safe to say the Bulldogs have found their tailback. Simply, they're a different offense when Crowell's in the game.

His 17-yard touchdown on a screen pass staked Georgia to a short-lived 20-14 leadagainst No. 12 South Carolina in the third quarter. Crowell now has 122 combined rushing and receiving yards and is averaging more than 10 yards per touch.

His first step is lightning quick, and he's also very good at freezing the defender and then making his move.

If I'm calling plays for the Bulldogs, he's going to touch the ball a bunch in this second half.