ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -Georgia coach Mark Richt says tailback Caleb King is ``very probable'' to make his season debut against Arkansas.
King, a sophomore who entered preseason drills as the team's No. 1 tailback, has missed the first two games for the No. 23 Bulldogs with a hamstring injury.
Georgia's top tailbacks in the first two games have been Richard Samuel and Carlton Thomas. Richt said after Wednesday's practice King will give the Bulldogs ``a different style runner'' in Saturday night's game at Arkansas.
King was the top backup to Knowshon Moreno last season.

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