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Monday, October 4, 2010

King reiterates: It was not a flea-flicker

Caleb King talked Monday night for the first time since his fumble at Colorado. The Georgia tailback admitted it "was a long plane ride back," and also cleared up what the call was on the play.

"Everybody says it was a flea-flicker. But it was a draw play," King said. "We don't even do flea-flickers."

King said the it was the same draw play the Bulldogs had called throughout the game, and had run with a good deal of success. Head coach Mark Richt afterwards called the play the team's "No. 1 running play."

"The whole time, I saw the man coming off the edge. And I tried to spin before he got there. I guess the ball just (came out). But it's part of the game. It's something we've gotta look past and get ready to play Tennessee."

On the bright side, King did finish with 100 yards.

"I didn't even know that," King said.

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