​Georgia's Nick Chubb and Sony Michel have the potential to become one of the best running back duos in college football and Bulldog history.


The unique aspect of the two running backs is that not only do they both excel individually, but they excel together as one. They push each other not only on the field, but in the classroom as well.


Combined, they have a career total of 5,835 yards over the last three seasons, which is more than any other combo of RBs in the entire country.


The SEC alone has a ton of quality RB combos, but this duo is special and has very high expectations for 2017.


Coach Kirby Smart spoke about Chubb and his development as a player, alluding to his growth in the past season and he's getting closer to 100 percent after suffering from injuries in 2016. 


Sony Michel has been healthy so far in his career, earning the majority of touches due to Chubb missing some time. Coach Smart found Michel very appealing, as his off the field qualities are essential in promoting a strong team on game day. 


The leadership of Michel as done wonders for Georgia, and Smart is glad to have another authoritative voice in the locker room. Especially one that can relate to the players on a more personal level.


Overall, with Chubb nearly 100 percent, and Michel a leader on the team, the stage is set for the duo to take the SEC by storm and lead a powerhouse offense to victory.