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Georgia Bulldog RB Kendall Milton: "Excited To Have One Last Ride"

March 14, 2023

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ATHENS - Georgia Bulldog running back Kendall Milton spoke with the media on Tuesday prior to the team’s first spring practice in 2023.

The 6-foot-1220-pounder out of Fresno, California will be entering his fourth season in the Bulldog program this fall. A highly-ranked running back out of Buchanan High School in the 2020 class, Milton is coming off a junior season where he rushed for 592 yards on 85 carries for an impressive seven yards per attempt. He also added eight rushing touchdowns while helping lead the Bulldogs to their second-consecutive national championship. 


On playing for Coach Bobo's offense...

"I'm definitely excited to partake in this offense with Coach Bobo. Seeing what he's put on in the past and the success that running backs have had in his offense makes me excited and makes me want to go out there and keep balling out and working hard. The opportunity is on the table. I feel like I've seen that seeing how much he's ran the ball and the stats in his past offenses. I'm excited not just for myself, but for the whole offense."


On Cedric returning for the 2023-2024 season...

"It means the world to this team. Me and Cedric actually lived across the hall from each other so during that time we would have little talks. I knew what he wanted and he knew what he wanted at the end of the day too. He wanted the opportunity to just leave one last mark and go out with a bang. I'm excited because he's also one of the players that makes my job easier. When he's down there giving the points to the lineman for the run-blocking, he makes my job easier because he makes things clear for the offense. Having someone like him leading the offensive line, it makes everything go more smoothly and allows player to play more comfortably."

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On what he's looking to get out of this season...

"This season I would say a big thing is being able to go through the season and maintain my health. That's one of the biggest points. This offseason I've focused on rehab. I made that a high emphasis. Really this season I just want to go out there and have fun. One last ride. I feel like if we go out there as a team and we're continuously having fun, I feel like the results will be on the table. Everything that happens, it'll speak for itself. I'm just excited to have one last ride with my brothers.


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