Bulldogs Blog

January 28, 2012 12:00 AM

Georgia football: Outlook changes for UGA's Isaiah Crowell as Bulldogs' recruiting raises questions

ATHENS, Ga. -- This time last year, Isaiah Crowell was a few days from announcing he would play at Georgia -- a few days away from hoisting an English bulldog puppy at his signing ceremony, thus becoming the new favorite of Georgia fans.

Bulldogs Blog

Live coverage of Georgia football and other sports

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Matthew Stafford discusses Jacob Eason's expectations 05:41

Matthew Stafford discusses Jacob Eason's expectations

Jordan Jenkins discusses pro day performance 02:14

Jordan Jenkins discusses pro day performance

Georgia players participate in annual pro day 01:20

Georgia players participate in annual pro day

Video: Kirby Smart at IAF groundbreaking 01:28

Video: Kirby Smart at IAF groundbreaking

Video: Highlights from Georgia's Tuesday TaxSlayer Bowl practice 00:32

Video: Highlights from Georgia's Tuesday TaxSlayer Bowl practice

Video: Charles Mann on Georgia's win over Winthrop 01:51

Video: Charles Mann on Georgia's win over Winthrop

Video: J.J. Frazier talks about first career double-double 02:00

Video: J.J. Frazier talks about first career double-double

Video: Jordan Jenkins calls Georgia Tech his team's 'little brother' 02:15

Video: Jordan Jenkins calls Georgia Tech his team's 'little brother'

Video: Jeremy Pruitt discusses Georgia's defensive performance against Georgia Tech 02:50

Video: Jeremy Pruitt discusses Georgia's defensive performance against Georgia Tech

Video: Mark Richt talks about win over Georgia Tech 03:14

Video: Mark Richt talks about win over Georgia Tech

Video: Charles Mann talks about hitting clutch FTs down the stretch in win over High Point 01:54

Video: Charles Mann talks about hitting clutch FTs down the stretch in win over High Point

Video: Georgia's Kenny Gaines talks about offense's performance following win over High Point 01:59

Video: Georgia's Kenny Gaines talks about offense's performance following win over High Point

Share Video

About Jason Butt

@jasonhbutt

Jason Butt joins The Telegraph after spending the past two years covering high school sports for The Washington Post. A 2009 University of Georgia graduate, he's also covered the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Falcons for CBSSports.com.

Sports Videos