Seminole County's and UGA's Bacarri Rambo leads the nation in interceptions.
ATHENS -- Seminole County grad Bacarri Rambo was named the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Defensive Back of the Week after his performance against Ole Miss on Saturday.
Rambo, a 6-foot, 218-pound native of Donalsonville, is now leading the NCAA in interceptions, averaging 1.33 per game after picking off two passes in Georgia's win against Ole Miss.
Rambo has a team-leading nine interceptions for his career, including four this season. He also had four tackles against Ole Miss.
Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell was named Southeastern Conference Freshman Of the Week for the second time this season for his performance against ole Miss.
Crowell, a 5-11, 215-pound native of Columbus finished with a pair of career highs with 30 carries for 147 yards rushing. This was his second game with more than 100 yards after tallying 118 versus No. 12 South Carolina Crowell's 30 attempts were the most for a Bulldog since Knowshon Moreno had 33 carries in 2007.
Through four games, Crowell is averaging 102.8 yards a game, which tops all freshmen in the league (second in the nation for freshmen) and is tied for fourth in the SEC.
This is the second time Crowell has garnered this honor this season.
The Bulldogs (2-2, 1-1 SEC) host Mississippi State (2-2 0-2 SEC) at Sanford Stadium at noon on Saturday at 12 p.m.