Georgia's Crowell recovering from groin injury
Georgia freshman tailback Isaiah Crowell participated in Friday's practice even though he still wore the green jersey reserved for injured players while he continues to recover from a strained groin.
Running backs coach Bryan McClendon says Crowell "did everything from A to Z" in the practice "and did well."
Crowell is expected to start in Georgia's Sept. 3 opener against Boise State. Another tailback, Richard Samuel, is recovering from a strained quadriceps.
McClendon says Crowell would "definitely" be ready if Georgia's opener was this week.
Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo says another top freshman, Malcolm Mitchell, is making a push to be one of the team's top three receivers.
Nose tackle John Jenkins left the practice with a mild left hamstring injury.