There’s a lot of buzz around QB JT Daniels and what the Georgia passing game might be able to accomplish in 2021.

However, don’t forget about the team’s stable of running backs, which includes James Cook, Zamir White and Kendall Milton.

After Tuesday’s spring practice session, Milton spoke to reporters. He reiterated that Georgia is RBU, so expect the Dawgs to move the ball on the ground this season (via

“This is Georgia; this is RBU. So, I feel like the run game is always going to play a part in the offense,” Milton said in a post-practice Zoom call Tuesday. “But we’re an offense that has a lot of weapons all over the field. With all those weapons, everybody wants to get the ball. So, you’ve got to make the scheme basically where it fits everybody.”

White led the Dawgs with 779 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns in 2020. Cook was more of a double-threat, scoring 5 total touchdowns on 303 rushing yards and 225 receiving yards. Milton will try to work his way into the mix more in 2021. Last year, he had 193 rushing yards and 0 scores.

We’ll see what the Georgia backfield looks like behind an offensive line with plenty of turnover from last season.