For at least one season, former Georgia five-star recruit Isaiah Crowell will drop off the FBS radar (until his inevitable return as a "good kid who made bad choices" at some other major-conference program in 2013). He'll reportedly be plying his trade in Montgomery at Alabama State, if he manages to keep from being locked up as a result of that felony weapons case that sent him packing from Athens.
In his attempt to remain a free man, however, Crowell shows he's still a Dawg at heart, enlisting Steve Sadow as his defense attorney. The Athens Banner-Herald provides a succinct bio: "His list of previous clients includes several former Georgia athletes, a co-defendant in the 2000 double-murder case that involved NFL linebacker Ray Lewis and the rapper T.I., whose real name is Cifford Harris." Touching move to keep it in the family, there. *Internet bylaws prohibit us from making any MARK RICHT HAS LOST CONTROL OF _____ jokes here because it's not as funny when it doesn't involve a scooter.