You know, when I first saw this, I thought it was a player just having fun with a reporter, but apparently, CMR is in on the gag, too:
And Richt indicated it’s not just an experiment for specialized situations. He’s prepared to put in Hicks in any situation. Hicks worked thereLet's be clear, seeing Quayvon in at TB is going to make me feel certain things in my nether regions because he's a grown ass man who is a tough tackle in the open field. I don't see him supplanting Marshall for the back up spot behind Michel, but damn if a jumbo package with him and Douglas on the field at the same time isn't sexy.
“Mainly because he’s played a lot of plays in his career,” Richt said. “We’ve trained him in the past at that position, and he’s got some pretty good running skills. He’s a physical back and he’s also probably a better pass protector as well. So that’s the kind of guys we want to go into a game with.”