Ten@10: UGA’s Richard Samuel advises not to forget about him at tailback

Georgia's Richard Samuel was a force to be reckoned with at tailback in the fourth quarter against Florida last October. (AJC photo by Jason Getz, jgetz@ajc.com)

Georgia's Richard Samuel was a force to be reckoned with at tailback in the fourth quarter against Florida last October. (AJC photo by Jason Getz, jgetz@ajc.com)

THE TEN AT 10:

1. There will be white-hot focus on tailbacks Isaiah Crowell and Keith Marshall when Georgia opens its spring football camp later this afternoon. But senior Richard Samuel made it clear he doesn’t plan on shrinking away in the background.

Asked if he felt like those other two are commanding all the attention heading into spring ball, Samuel said: “I feel like they do, but it doesn’t bother me. I feel like my work ethic and what I do on the practice field will carry over to the game field and show that I’m still there.”

Samuel (6-foot-2, 235 pounds) said he considers himself a leader among the running backs and plans on conducting himself that way.

“I feel like I’ll be able to show them what kind of practice and what kind of effort needs to go into preparation every day in order to get better,” he said. “I’m going to try to be more vocal. I’m going into my fifth season and I’ve seen many guys who have some and gone. I’ve seen the leaders and what it takes and how a guy’s supposed to approach practice and off the field and on the field. So I can step into the role and say, ‘OK, this is how it needs to be done.’ I’ve seen it done so I believe I can help guide the young guys to learn how things should be done here.”

The last we saw of Samuel, he was limping off the field at the end of the Bulldogs’ 33-30 loss to Michigan State in the Outback Bowl having netted zero yards on nine carries. Samuel had to have two ankle surgeries after rushing for 58 yards in the fourth quarter and scoring the winning touchdown against Florida last October. He really had no business playing after that but was determined to help his team during a time of great need.

“It was real tough,” Samuel said. “I was supposed to come back for the SEC championship game but I had to go back in and have some more surgery done. So that set it back. It was real tough then to get ready for the bowl game. I wasn’t fully 100 percent , but knowing that I really wanted to contribute somehow, I had to push through it.”

Samuel, who says he’s now 100 percent healthy, may also get some looks at fullback this spring.

2. Speaking of spring ball, in case you missed, I wrote a piece on the Five Things Georgia Must Address During Spring Practice for this past Sunday’s paper. Also, earlier Tuesday morning, I offered this Q&A with Quarterback Aaron Murray. It was my intention to provide you some more football coverage over the weekend and Monday, but my laptop was fried out by a virus and I had to get it fixed. But barring more cyber attacks, I’ll be bring you mucho daily coverage as spring ball commences in earnest at 4:05 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. The Bulldogs are holding 14 practices between now and the G-Day Game on April 14 (3 p.m.).

3. It doesn’t look like it’s going to affect his availability for the Georgia game in September, but Missouri’s starting quarterback James Franklin sprained his right (throwing) shoulder last week and will undergo surgery on Friday, according to the Kansas City Star. Franklin, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound junior, passed for 2,865 yards and 21 touchdowns and ran for 981 yards and 15 touchdowns as a redshirt sophomore last season. In other words, he’s very, very good.

4. You may have seen the story last week where Georgia Athletic Director Greg McGarity said a statue honoring Herschel Walker was not a high priority for UGA at this time. A quick update: You can still vote in our poll to share your feelings on a Herschel statue. As of Tuesday morning, 1,186 people have voted on it. Of those, 49 percent a statue should be erected “without delay;” 21 percent said yes but only if other fellow Heisman recipient Frank Sinkwich was also honored; 18 percent say the less statues the better; and 12 percent want statues for several football heroes. Meanwhile, membership on the Herschel Walker Statue Project Facebook page continues to grow. It was up to 2,144 this morning.

5. Speaking of great Bulldogs, UGA legendary halfback Charley Trippi will be feted on April 13 with “Charley Trippi Day.” The day before Georgia’s annual G-Day Game, a luncheon will be held in Trippi’s honor at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.  Trippi will receive commendations from Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and Athens Mayor Nancy Denson. Dignitaries expected to attend include Arizona Cardinals owner Bill Bidwill, Cardinals president Michael Bidwill, Maxwell Club executive director Mark Wolpert, UGA president Dr. Michael Adams, representatives of the College and Pro Football Halls of Fame, and former Bulldog coach Vince Dooley. Former Georgia cornerback Brandon Boykin will also be honored at the luncheon as the first recipient of the Charley Trippi Most Versatile Player award.

Trippi, MVP of the 1943 Rose Bowl and winner of the 1946 Maxwell Award, is still regarded by many as the greatest all-around athlete ever to play at Georgia. The Pittston, Pa., native, led the 1946 Bulldogs to an 11-0 record, the SEC championship and a win over North Carolina in the Sugar Bowl, and he was runner-up to Army’s Glenn Davis for the 1946 Heisman Trophy.

Dantzler

Dantzler

6. I’m not much for tracking the spring break exploits of college athletes, but the story of Watts Dantzler’s return to Athens from Panama City Beach via Greyhound — first shared via a succession of live tweets on his Twitter account @wattsdantzler — was just too funny to ignore. Dantzler eventually recounted the story in his own words on his Wordpress blog. The kid is hilarious, and quite the storyteller.

7. What is shaping up as another great year for the rivalry between Georgia and Georgia Tech in baseball renews again Tuesday night at UGA’s Foley Field (7 p.m., CSS-TV). The No. 18-ranked Bulldogs (15-6, 2-1 SEC) are coming off a weekend in which they took two of three from Tennessee in the SEC opener. The No. 15 Yellow Jackets (14-6) are off to a 3-3 start in the ACC. Freshman right-hander David Sosebee (1-0, 1.08 ERA) is scheduled to get the start for Georgia, which leads the series 111-95 since records were first kept in 1950. Junior third baseman Curt Powell leads the Bulldogs with a .368 batting average.

8. Georgia’s women’s basketball team finished the season with a splat. After finishing third in the SEC and gaining a first-round bye in the SEC tournament, the Lady Bulldogs lost their last two contests, including a 76-70 loss to 13th-seeded Marist in the opening round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday. That has given cause to some of the annual grumbling about coach Andy Landers and accusations that the program has plateaued under his leadership. I don’t know about all that but, the fact is, this was a young Georgia team that loses only senior Meredith Mitchell and gains five signees, including four that are 4-star recruits according to ESPN: Shacobia Barbee, Marjorie Butler, Caelyn Causwell, Tiaria Griffin and Merritt Hempe.

9. Georgia Bulldog John Isner is now among the Top 10 tennis players in the world. So says the latest ATP rankings after the UGA grad knocked off No. 1-ranked Novak Djokovic in the semifinals of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, Calif., this past weekend. Isner eventually fell to No. 3-ranked Roger Federer 7-6 (9-7) , 6-3 on Sunday. But his new No. 10 ranking makes him the first player since 1986 to attain a Top 10 professional ranking after playing four years at the college level. The last to do so? Fellow Bulldog Mikael Pernfors.

10. THIS & THAT: Congratulations to the Georgia women’s swim team for finishing second at the NCAA Championships this past weekend in Auburn, Ala. It may seem like a disappointment for the Bulldogs to have come up short, but actually what they did was quite an accomplishment, especially considering this season they were competing without arguably their best athlete. Allison Schmitt redshirted this season to train for the 2012 Olympic Games. “Second is second, but it’s not a gut-wrenching second,” Georgia coach Jack Bauerle said of finishing behind Cal. “At the beginning of the year, I thought we were about the seventh- or eighth-best team out there. But we kept plugging away and getting better. I’m proud of the way we handled this meet. We got off to a rough start, but we never gave up. This team really grew up at this meet.” . . . The Gym Dogs enter this weekend’s SEC Gymnastics Championships at the Gwinnett Arena ranked No. 5 in the nation. Florida is ranked No. 1. . . . The No. 3 men’s tennis team plays host to No. 2 Ohio State on Wednesday.

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Nick

March 20th, 2012
10:13 am

I wish Richard Samuel well, but come on. I’ve never seen anyone who can trip over the line of scrimmage so well.

PTC DAWG

March 20th, 2012
10:18 am

The absolute lack of class on these blogs by some never fails to impress.

That said, we need more guys with RS’s attitude, IMHO.

DawginLex

March 20th, 2012
10:22 am

Richard Samuel will always be one of my favorite Dawgs.

1.)His classroom work
2.)His character
3.)His 4th quarter against florida 2011

I hope he becomes the starting fullback and gets to carry the ball out of that position in addition to lead blocking for all the backs we have.

where is that guy who changed his handle to my name who disregards all these guys ?

March 20th, 2012
10:25 am

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zbulldawg March 20th, 2012 9:51 am

It is just I, according to the guy who changed his handle to have my name in it. Uh, no. You are forgetting all these guys’ comments.

We need to get after it and win against the top teams.

EVERYONE says that, not just me.

PrimeTimeJr

March 20th, 2012
10:25 am

Samuel just isn’t productive enough with the football. We had 4 guys who averaged 4+ yards per carry with at least 40 carries last season Crowell, Thomas, Harton and Malcome. Samuel averaged under 3 yards per carry. With Marshall and Gurley coming in, that’s 2 more 4+ yards per carry guys. But his carries in the Florida game were vital.

PrimeTimeJr

March 20th, 2012
10:29 am

Walker was 10x better than Trippi. And led his team to multiple National Championship games.

fan

March 20th, 2012
10:30 am

If Tech wins, we’ll see the entire GT fanbase go nuts. Yes we beat them in something!! I respect all the sports but let’s be honest here, Football is the only sport that truly matters.

same ole same ole

March 20th, 2012
10:41 am

fire coach landers

bham dawg

March 20th, 2012
10:44 am

Richard Samuel is the kind of player that every coach wants on his team. He is a great leader on and off the field but he is no tailback. Richt screwed his whole career by letting him play tailback in the first place. He could have been a stud mlb. I do like moving him to FB but i think quayvon hicks starts as a true frosh at FB.

Joe

March 20th, 2012
10:49 am

If Danzler can play as he is funny he will be good.

Snoop Dawg

March 20th, 2012
10:50 am

Richard Saumel is one of Snoop Dawg’s very biggest heroes. This guy is the ultimate team player, has his head screwed on straight, and conducts himself with dignity and a humble nature speaks very highly about his character. Even though he hasn’t won a Heisman trophy, he has played whereever and whenever he could help his team. His work ethic is ferocious. Herschel Walker would be proud of Richard Samuel because they share many traits in their philosophy of life.
It will be a sad day when he has played his last down as a DGD.

Dawglasville

March 20th, 2012
10:57 am

DawginLex, bham, Snoop – Ditto on Samuel. He is up there with Robert Edward, Hines, and D.J. for me. Few have sacrificed as much as those guys did.

beanster

March 20th, 2012
11:08 am

Lex that is a great list but I think you have it backwards.

1) 4th quarter against UF (my head hit the ceiling after his TD)
2) Character (could be a tie with his 4th quarter effort vs UF)
3) Classroom work

Dawg fans, if he didn’t earn DGD status with you after the UF game, I truly have to question your allegiance to UGA.

GATA!

Herschel Talker

March 20th, 2012
11:08 am

The following coaches are clowns and need to be canned:

Mark Richt
Andy Landers
Mark Fox

It’s time to clean house!!!

Joe

March 20th, 2012
11:09 am

Really??? amazing what 2 backs from NC can do isnt it. Now all of a sudden everyone is up and ready to play…..to bad they couldnt do it last year in the SEC game or the bowl game…..

Eisendawg

March 20th, 2012
11:10 am

Love his attitude, and he had his best game at RB against Florida. Just a shame that he got hurt at the end of that game. This is a case of a Class Act who has had terrible luck, but is a total team player.

Delbert D.

March 20th, 2012
11:11 am

I am now officially a Watts Dantzler fan. Move over, Jeff Foxworthy.

DawginLex

March 20th, 2012
11:18 am

HT

Richt has more to prove but is not a clown or an idiot,

Landers needs to retire IMO but he has a great recruiting class coming in and only loses 1 player. He has been passed by SC and KY and always lagged behind UT. 2012-2013 is BIG for him

Fox is in a tough gig. The guy can coach but he needs talent to compete. He needs to land some studs under the basket like Parker. Next year, he has a chance to move up significantly in the East. Vandy will suck and SC will have a new coach. UT will be improved and Florida will be very good and Kentucky will reload. Who do you go hire instead? Who will come to UGA to play Kentucky and Florida 2 times each?

Herschel Talker

March 20th, 2012
11:31 am

DawginLex:

I never said Richt was an idiot. But his constant game mismanagement, the arrests, and the constant underachieving of 4-star and 5-star prospects is enough. He can’t beat any good teams, all he does is beat up the patsies to pad his record. He has proven time and time again that he can’t get this team over the hump. On to the next! Let’s keep Richt around as recruiting coordinator, but please let’s get a guy in here who can game coach and who can get the most out of these guys.

Fox is indeed in a tough spot. He deserves a few more years to get the problem corrected.

HT

beanster

March 20th, 2012
11:34 am

Fire Andy Landers? Our men’s team has barely sniffed the NCAA tournament in its existence and Coach Landers has missed the tourney something like 3 or 4 times in 30 years and you say fire the guy? Can we fire some of our (supposed) fans? Not to put down women’s basketball but from my perspective they do a fine job year in, year out and if they never win a National Championship, I won’t lose any sleep over it.

DawginLex

March 20th, 2012
11:35 am

Richt would never agree to stay as recruiting coordinator.

If Richt does not win big this year, he is pretty much losing his best chance at glory.

I know the OL is young in places but they are athletic enough to get it done.

The defense is loaded and with Murray learning from his screw ups, there are really no excuses left.

Eisendawg

March 20th, 2012
11:36 am

Good post DawginLex! Well said!

beanster

March 20th, 2012
11:38 am

Chip, can you delete that 10:25 a.m. post so that it is easier to scroll the page? Maybe permanently ban that IP address for life while you’re at it?

UGA Insider

March 20th, 2012
11:45 am

McGarity is feeling a little heat now that the 4 major sport programs are struggling.

UGA Football- Good but should be great every other year. Losing two straight bowl games has UGA struggling for national respect. Grantham should have been make head coach in waiting and I am afraid we may lose him next winter.

UGA Basketball- Attendance way down, Vince Dooley atleast had the program competitive throughout the 90’s.

UGA Women’s Basketball- Once a national program has slipped to average in the SEC. McGarity should be ashamed of the Marist defeat.

UGA Baseball- This is the program I am watching carefully…No excuse for the program not to be great. Has been average however and currently ranked 18 in the country. I am anxious to see how this plays out.

I think if McGarity is serious about winning he needs to take a good look at how average the 4 major programs are at the present. Tennis and swimming don’t pay any bills.

Go Dawgs!

March 20th, 2012
11:45 am

Ronnie Stewart had to give up his playing time for Herschel…..Richard is mature enough to let a better back play for the good of the team.

Randall "Pink" Floyd

March 20th, 2012
11:47 am

Embrace the Fullback position, Richard. It just might set you up for life.

Go Dawgs!

March 20th, 2012
11:47 am

Met Mr. Trippi at a game a few years ago in Athens….what a class act. I told him us yooung pups knew all about him and he was very appreciative.
DGD……Bulldogs have class.

kingdaddy

March 20th, 2012
11:55 am

I hope Bobo uses more 2 T.E. sets and uses this abundance of awesome running backs we have this year. When the line gels, we should be able to run on Anybody. Arron M. should not have to pass evert play. A good rushing attack controls the clock and keeps their offense off the field. This keeps our Defense fresh in the 4th qt. Bobo’s 3downs and out offense has to go and don’ttry to defend him, I watched every game with my eyes wide open. Bobo= No excuses this year.

UGASlobberknocker

March 20th, 2012
11:56 am

Full disclosure..When my daughters played basketball in high school, I watched women’s baskeball. Once they got out of high school, I wouldnt watch it if you tied me to the chair and taped my eyelids open. Even so,

Landers program has not plateaued, it has sunk miserably from one of the best in the country to the bottom half of the SEC. Why? Because young African american women dont want to come play for an old white guy who screams at them all day every day. That is 1970’s stlwe coaching that doesnt get it today, especially with women. Until he retires and UGA gets a younger woman to replace him, UGA will remain a non factor.

p.s. I’m an old white guy, too.

AtlantaGRADYBaby

March 20th, 2012
11:57 am

I see where UGA is losing the top two 2013 Recruits; No. 2 overall prospect, LaGrange, Ga., linebacker Reuben Foster, and No, 1 overall prospect from Grayson High defensive end Robert Nkemdiche. So how does talent like that leaves GA and go to the state of Alabama. Unreal. I bet they go down there and brag they are from GA. This is not good

WDE

March 20th, 2012
12:00 pm

RS is a DGD and I wish him the best, he will have a uphill battle if IC is serious and has his head on straight ,let alone the newbies that will be n campus but he won’t shy away from the competition. And Watts I hope you can block as well as you write that was pretty darn funny…

UGASlobberknocker

March 20th, 2012
12:00 pm

Someone has way too much time on their hands. Hint..they posted at 10;25.

Whoever stole this guy’s name, please give it back so we won’t have to hear the whining. Thanks

Pat

March 20th, 2012
12:00 pm

Samuel looks like a Linebacker playing Running back……….wait….

beanster

March 20th, 2012
12:03 pm

Wow, that is news to everyone on this blog, Gradybaby. Also, did you hear Barack Obama was elected President?

UGASlobberknocker

March 20th, 2012
12:03 pm

Say one thing for Dantzler..his available driver pool is quite impressive.

kingdaddy

March 20th, 2012
12:13 pm

Richard S.
You are an awesome and faithful Bulldawg and will always be one of my favorites. I’ve been goig to UGA games since the early 70s, so that’s saying alot. Thankyou for putting Georgia so high on your priorities. Good luck and hope you stay healthy and have a MONSTER YEAR!!!

bham dawg

March 20th, 2012
12:19 pm

@GradyBaby… It is true that we are probably going to lose the top 2 players out of the state. With that said you have to realize the Reuben Foster grew up an alabama fan, he lived in alabama for much of his life, and most his family lives in alabama. People that really know what they are talking about would say that if he did come to georgia that would be a real steal for us eventhough he happens to live in the state of georgia now. As far as RN goes his highschool coach and mentor played at alabama for the 92 championship team and if he ends up anywhere but bama i will be shocked. Sure both these players live in the state of Georgia but it would be a steal for us to get either player because of their ties to alabama. If you don’t know the background of players don’t throw them in our face like we aren’t recruiting well.

@ Herschel Talker

March 20th, 2012
12:20 pm

re; your comment: “Let’s keep Richt around as recruiting coordinator”

You are a clueless idiot. I think Miss state is looking for some fans..maybe check out their blog, their intelligence requirements are lower than this blog.

GTBob

March 20th, 2012
12:21 pm

I respect all the sports but let’s be honest here, Football is the only sport that truly matters.

How can you respect anything if it doesn’t matter? It’s a shame that you have such a lack of respect for the real student athletes at UGA.

UGASlobberknocker

March 20th, 2012
12:22 pm

Samuel’s problem is that as soon as he is touched by a defender he goes down like a ton of bricks. Also he was supposed to be super fast coming out of high school..those injuries must have taken that because he looks very slow to me.

Bogey

March 20th, 2012
12:22 pm

HT, you need to define hump for me. I thought CMR had won 2 SEC championships and played in 2 others. I define those as big games. As for Richard Samuel, I will take 85 just like him on my team but if he wins the starting tailback job we will not be a factor in the East.

kingdaddy

March 20th, 2012
12:24 pm

The thing about R.S. competeing against I.C., Bobo should use at least 5 backs this year to keep them fresh and hungry. In the 4th qt., they are all ready to rumble. We have too many good running backs to settle on one. This may also keep some from wanting to TRANSFER to another school for playing time. Do you hear me CMR???

Henne Patchinko

March 20th, 2012
12:25 pm

Samuels was the MVP against Florida. Get him on the field.

GTBob

March 20th, 2012
12:26 pm

Let’s keep Richt around as recruiting coordinator

Anybody with any motivation at all could pull top 10 recruiting classes at UGA. Richt gets way too much credit for such an easy job.

kingdaddy

March 20th, 2012
12:30 pm

Did anyone hear about a 2012 DB recruit from Alabama (Burns) decommitting and could UGA maybe be in his plans???

@GTBob. closet philosopher

March 20th, 2012
12:30 pm

GT Bob is another Techie who is not as smart as he thinks he is.He prob never even went there. re your comment

” It’s a shame that you have such a lack of respect for the real student athletes at UGA.”

a/Logically, it seems as if you are saying that football players are not real student athletes. ? Is that true? If so, how do you differentiate between real student athletes and fake ones?

b/ “”How can you respect anything if it doesn’t matter?”
Matters to who? I respect a lot of things that probably dont matter to you . and vice versa. You rphilosoph is flawed

To you REAL Tech fans..Arent you PO’d that this mental midget is passing himself off as a a Techman.. all my Tech buds are smarter than this guy..

beanster

March 20th, 2012
12:31 pm

^^^^^ …and the blog is now ruined for the day…. ^^^^^

@kingdaddy

March 20th, 2012
12:34 pm

Re your comment

“Do you hear me CMR???”

The answer to that would be “No.”. He doesnt hear you, doesnt read your blog, doesnt care what you think. Just thought you should know..

bham dawg

March 20th, 2012
12:35 pm

GTBob

March 20th, 2012
12:26 pm
Let’s keep Richt around as recruiting coordinator

Anybody with any motivation at all could pull top 10 recruiting classes at UGA. Richt gets way too much credit for such an easy job

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Last time i checked GT is in the same state. If recruiting is so easy for us why do yall struggle so much. Are you finally admitting your inferiority?

beanster

March 20th, 2012
12:36 pm

Please please please everyone. DO NOT ENCOURAGE HIM!!!