ATHENS, GA. (AP) - Georgia freshman running back Isaiah Crowell was held out of practice Friday with a strained groin.
Georgia opens the season against Boise State in Atlanta on Sept. 3.
Crowell was the marquee high school senior to sign a scholarship among Georgia’s well-publicized group of freshman recruits. The former Parade All-American ran for over 3,600 yards and scored 58 touchdowns in his last three years at Carver High in Columbus, Ga.
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