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ATHENS - David Hale's news and notes from Georgia's fall practices.

KING, SAMUEL TO SEE SPLIT After Caleb King made a successful return to the playing field following a six-week absence with a hamstring injury and incumbent Richard Samuel fumbled twice in Georgia's win over Arkansas last week, offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said the decision on who would start at tailback was "still yet to be determined." Samuel ran for an 80-yard touchdown in the game, but had... Recommended Stories

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ATHENS – Caleb King had waited close to three years for his chance to be a starting tailback again.