Georgia tailback Keith Marshall thinks his days of running track could be over.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if they didn’t let me run again, but I would like to run again,” Marshall said. “Football’s definitely first.”
Marshall missed the first week of spring practices after pulling a hamstring Feb. 9 while running the 60-meter dash at Virginia Tech.
“I couldn’t walk,” he said. “I felt it pop. I didn’t think it was as bad as it was. At first I thought it was just a strain, but they held me out a little longer than I hoped.”
The Bulldogs’ second-leading rusher from last year is now back at practice.
“Coaches are looking out for me a little bit, but I’m pretty much full go,” he said.