Nick Chubb Explains His Transition to Vocal Leadership

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Nick Chubb Explains His Transition to Vocal Leadership

Nick Chubb - Monday practice - day 15 of UGA's fall camp
Nick Chubb

Nick Chubb is quiet by nature. However, during his forced absence from the field last fall, he became a much more vocal leader.
Nick comments on his leadership style while answering a question from Jake Rowe of 247Sports beginning at the four-minute mark of the video below:

It was tough because that’s just not who I am. I like to lead just from running the ball and blocking, and doing stuff for the team. But, just kinda, me actually getting hurt, it made me realize how much football means to me.
When I wasn’t playing I know the guys were still in mid-season, that’s when it gets really rough – practicing every day – dragging along – so me just vocally letting them know that if it’s taken away from yo, you’ll miss it – so while you’re there just give it all you’ve got.



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Greg is closing in on 15 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.

One response on “Nick Chubb Explains His Transition to Vocal Leadership

  1. Bulldawg Bob2

    It has been fun to watch not only Chubb run the ball for the Dawgs on the field, but to also watch him grow as a person and man from that “shy” and quiet freshman to a more confident junior when it comes to his interviews.