ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Georgia tailback Ken Malcome has announced plans to transfer as he seeks increased playing time at another school.
Malcome, a sophomore, left the team for one day in 2011 before changing his mind and returning to the team. He began the 2012 season as the starter but was soon passed on the depth chart by freshmen Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall.
Malcome had 57 carries for 274 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games, including one start.
Coach Mark Richt says he wishes Malcome ``nothing but the best'' and will assist in his search for a new school.

NCAAF Headlines

More inNCAAF News  

NCAAF Top Stories

Thumbnail Sun Devils aim to protect house vs. Cougs Arizona State has won six in a row at Sun Devil Stadium over Washington State. But will that streak come to an end this evening?
Thumbnail Freeze's Rebels eye upset win at Tiger Stadium LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron and Ole Miss’ Hugh Freeze enjoy a warm, longstanding relationship. That’ll surely go by the...
Thumbnail Ohio St. vs. Penn St. Prediction Will No. 2 Ohio State be able to put up enough offense to hit the over when it takes on Penn State tonight...
Thumbnail Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech Prediction Will Texas Tech hang with Oklahoma when the two schools play in a shootout tonight at 8:00PM ET?
Thumbnail Michigan St. vs. Maryland Prediction Can Maryland find a way to upset a struggling Michigan State football team at home when they meet up...
More inNCAAF Articles  

NCAAF Team Pages