August 21, 2007
A changed running back
Early in the 2006 season, Charles Scott was making quite an impression.
Heading into November and the home stretch of the regular-season schedule, Scott had rushed for 277 yards and five touchdowns. But, Scott would not carry the ball in the last five games - including the Sugar Bowl.
Keiland Williams took over Scott's playing time and carries. However, there may be an exchange of roles once again with the 2007 season-opener at Mississippi State slightly more than seven days away.
"I feel a lot better now than I did last year," Scott said. "A lot of the game is slowing down for me. My reads are a whole lot better."
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