Chubb was asked if he would share the game plan with the media today and this was his response with a smile and some laughter from the normally stoic running back:
[su_spacer size=”40″] All kidding aside. That is the strength of this 2015 Georgia team. And Tennessee has not exactly had the most stellar run defense this year. The Volunteers are allowing 171.60 yards per game on the ground which is 11th out of 14 teams in the SEC and 79th nationally. Their run defense is allowing 4.45 yards per carry which is also 11th out of 14 teams in the SEC and 86th nationally.
No. Not really. I don’t have it . . . We are obviously going to run the ball.
[su_spacer size=”40″] In case you missed it, Nick Chubb rushed for at least 100 yards or more for the 13th consecutive time on Saturday versus Alabama. Depending on what stat line you look at, he either broke or tied Herschel Walker’s record. Technically, Chubb broke Walker’s record of 12 consecutive 100 yard rushing games, but back during number 34’s era of college football, bowl stats were not included. If they had been, the record would be 13 and not 12. Either way, it is still quite an accomplishment; although, I am quite sure that Nick Chubb would have traded the record for a win over Alabama.
[su_spacer size=”40″] Chubb has a chance to go for 14 on Saturday against Tennessee’s questionable run defense. Has he thought about that at all or has the offensive line talked to him about it?
[su_spacer size=”40″] As a fan, I hope he does get his 14th consecutive 100 yard rushing game, and I hope he runs for 200. I hope the team runs the ball down Tennessee’s throat from the opening kickoff till the clock hits 00:00. And not just for the record, but if Georgia can run the ball well on Tennessee, they should win on Saturday.
No . . . They haven’t talked about it to me today. I know they are excited about it; so, I’m sure they’ll say something.
[su_spacer size=”40″] Nick Chubb discloses Georgia’s game plan for Tennessee