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Ranking The Top 10 SEC Running Backs

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Keith Marshall may be the best back in the SEC in 2013, or he may not be the best on his own team. Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images.
Keith Marshall may be the best back in the SEC in 2013, or he may not be the best on his own team. Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images.

Keith Marshall was supposed to be the big backfield signee from UGA's 2012 recruiting class.

Although he was a bit overshadowed by Todd Gurley, Marshall still did a lot of damage on the field. Last year, he rushed for 759 yards, gaining a career-high 164 yards against Tennessee.

What made Georgia great: a second talented running back. While Gurley may have gotten more press, the Bulldogs wouldn't have made it to the SEC title game without Marshall.

As long as he does it again this year, there's no reason to believe the Bulldogs won't be back in Atlanta.