There's a town in Georgia called "Chubbtown."
No, it's not named after the Bulldogs' star running back. It is named after his family, though.
Chubbtown, a free black colony that survived the Civil War, was settled by the original eight Chubb brothers in the mid-1800s.
This morning, ESPN released a feature on the historic town and its affect on Georgia's star running back, who's attempting to get back on the field after a significant knee injury ended his 2015 season.
It's worth a watch.
If you want to find out more about Chubbtown, check out this excellent feature by Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. You can read it here.