If there were any lingering concerns about the health of Georgia RB Nick Chubb, he likely alleviated them with his performance on the Bulldogs’ opening drive against South Carolina.
Chubb drew the start at Williams-Brice Stadium on Sunday after missing last week’s game against Tennessee, and the talented back took the first carry of the game for a gain of 18 yards.
He finished off that successful drive for the Bulldogs with an impressive 15-yard touchdown scamper. Take a look:
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The score pushed the Bulldogs, who have lost their last two games, out to an early lead in Columbia. The game is being played on Sunday after being postponed by weather concerns from Hurricane Matthew.