Keith Marshall began his Georgia career alongside Todd Gurley in what many expected to be the best running back duo in the country. Injuries plagued Marshall throughout his career, limiting him to just 117 carries over the last three seasons, the same number he recorded during his breakout freshman campaign. Marshall will enter the NFL Draft after this season, thus making Saturday's win over Georgia Southern his last home game as a Bulldog. Today, he posted a thank you message to Georgia fans.
Marshall sat out of his second straight game after getting banged up against Kentucky on November 7. He has 255 yards and three touchdowns this season.