ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia coach Mark Richt says tailback Caleb King is "very probable" to make his season debut against Arkansas.
King, a sophomore who entered preseason drills as the team's No. 1 tailback, has missed the first two games for the No. 23 Bulldogs with a hamstring injury.
Georgia's top tailbacks in the first two games have been Richard Samuel and Carlton Thomas. Richt said after Wednesday's practice King will give the Bulldogs "a different style runner" in Saturday night's game at Arkansas.
King was the top backup to Knowshon Moreno last season.