I am seeing a lot of “Georgia will be OK with the runningback depth we have now” talk out there.
Gurley, Marshall, Malcome, Harton and possibly Samuel is a “good” stable and rotation of tailbacks.
Crowell, Gurley, Marshall, Malcome, Harton and possibly Samuel is a “great” stable and rotation of tailbacks.
The difference between good and great is big. Good possibly gets you another SEC East title, but probably gets you on the outside looking in come the first weekend in December. Good might have you beat Florida, Auburn, Missouri and Georgia Tech, but has you losing to South Carolina.
Great has you winning the East with no real concern, and it gives you a shot to beat LSU/Alabama in the Dome and potentially play for something special.
Good sometimes might be good enough. Great is always good enough.