Nick Chubb seems to get a lot of the hype at Georgia, but Sony Michel would be the primary back on a lot of Division I teams.
He showcased that on Saturday against Vanderbilt, hitting his hole and scampering 50 yards down the field to find the endzone. His score put the Bulldogs up 35-7.
— UGA Football Live (@UGAfootballLive) October 7, 2017
As Georgia made its way through the 4th quarter with a comfortable lead, it was actually Michel who led the team in the ground game. The senior managed 150 yards on 12 carries with this touchdown to keep an impressive day going. His effort against the Commodores is far and away his best of the season.
Michel’s previous high in yardage in 2017 was 87 yards on 16 carries in the first game of the season against Appalachian State.