"You can just see he’s got a lot of really natural running skills. He’s got great change of direction and balance and catches the ball extremely well. Just very sudden for a pretty big kid. You can tell he really likes football. You can tell he likes practicing and learning and grinding. Coach (Bryan) McClendon is coaching him just like everybody else, but you don’t see Bryan having to follow him around on every single play just to get him lined up and whisper in his ear what they play is. You can at least get the play run and he’s letting him practice. He’s getting most of it right. That’s good sign. And it’s early. It’s day two of installation, but there’s still a lot of information that him and the rest of the guys are trying to process."
— -Mark Richt on Isaiah Crowell's progress Marc Weiszer has a post that includes some good words on Isaiah Crowell from Richt. Whether or not it's just coachspeak, it's good to hear good news about his work ethic. I apologize to Isaiah Crowell for some of my previous comments towards the opposite. Oh, sorry that this post doesn't include anything about Georgia State.... Um... Georgia State Roller Hockey SUCKS!