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Groggy but Focused

ATHENS – Bryan McClendon, Georgia's new running backs coach, went to visit freshman Richard Samuel in the hospital just moments after the tailback came out of surgery to repair an injured risk.

Samuel was still a little groggy, but his focus was already on the football field. "The first thing he said was, ‘Coach, I want to go work out,'" McClendon said. It was hard for McClendon to fault his player for the motivation, but the recovery process won't move quite that fast for Samuel, who, along with Caleb King, was considered the...

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