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Current, Former Georgia Players Express Love For Keith Marshall As Running Back Returns To Field

Keith Marshall, Georgia's talented-but-injury-riddled running back, made his return to the field today. 

The 5-foot-11, 172-pound running back played in just three games in 2014 before sustaining a season-ending injury. He played in just five games in 2013 before tearing his ACL and missing the remainder of the season. 

This afternoon, Marshall was back, at full strength. He looked great, rushing for 73 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. 

Current and former Bulldogs were extremely happy for the former four-star recruit. 

">@Truthh4 out there! Proud of ya bro

— Aaron Murray (@aaronmurray11)

Love seeing @Truthh4 out there! Proud of ya bro

— Aaron Murray (@aaronmurray11) September 5, 2015

">September 5, 2015

">@Truthh4 got a TD Yessir!!!

— Todd Gurley II (@TG3II)

My brother @Truthh4 got a TD Yessir!!!

— Todd Gurley II (@TG3II) September 5, 2015

">September 5, 2015

">@Truthh4 good seeing back to ya old ways bro. I was in hs when you went off; glad I could finally see it in person #dab

— DB(XVII)™ (@DavinBellamy17)

@Truthh4 good seeing back to ya old ways bro. I was in hs when you went off; glad I could finally see it in person #dab

— DB17 (@DavinBellamy17) September 6, 2015

">September 6, 2015

">@Truthh4 go off today

— Black Ninja (@JayRome_87)

Really good to see my boy @Truthh4 go off today ??

— Papa Justify (@JayRome_87) September 6, 2015

">September 6, 2015

">@Truthh4 proud and happy for you bro! #GoDawgs

— Austin Long (@AustinLong74)

Welcome back @Truthh4 proud and happy for you bro! #GoDawgs

— Austin Long (@AustinLong74) September 5, 2015

">September 5, 2015

">@Truthh4 finally got enough dread hang time to spill out of his helmet. Love u bro!

— Chris Burnette (@Chrisburnette68)

.@Truthh4 finally got enough dread hang time to spill out of his helmet. Love u bro! ??

— Chris BBBurnette (@Chrisburnette68) September 5, 2015

">September 5, 2015

Welcome back, Keith.