News:Jonathan George rushed eight times for 59 yards and a touchdown at Tennessee on Saturday, while also catching three passes for 54 yards out of the backfield.
Analysis:Jonathan George will likely enter 2013 the same way he entered 2012, as one of many UK running backs on a less-than-stellar squad.
News:Jonathan George rushed 17 times for 76 yards against Samford on Saturday, while also catching two balls for 11 yards out of the backfield.
Analysis: Raymond Sanders looks to be the featured back for the Wildcats, but Jonathan George could still feature prominently into the running game next weekend at Tennessee.
News:Jonathan George carried 14 times for 44 yards Saturday as Kentucky fell to Vanderbilt 40-0 at home in Lexington.
Analysis:Jonathan George has not run for more than 87 yards against any pne SEC opponent to this point in the year, but could put up some decent numbers Nov. 17 against Samford.
News:Jonathan George rushed nine times for 37 yards at Mizzou on Saturday.
Analysis:Jonathan George continues to split carries with Raymond Sanders, and has failed to score in each of the last six contests.
News:Jonathan George had 12 carries for 87 yards Saturday against Georgia.
Analysis: The junior has seen his carries yoyo for the last five weeks. His 87 yards were a season-high. Jonathan George had three touchdowns in the first three weeks, but has been kept out of the end zone in the last five games.
News:Jonathan George rushed 10 times for a mere 10 yards against Mississippi State on Saturday.
Analysis:Jonathan George received fewer touches than fellow backfield mate Raymond Sanders, and was far less effective, too.
News:Jonathan George rushed three times for 27 yards against South Carolina on Saturday.
Analysis: The Kentucky backfield remains a mystery; CoShik Williams started the year as the starter, though Raymond Sanders has had two big games as well. Meanwhile, Jonathan George looked to be the featured back coming into the game, but barely touched the ball. This is a backfield to stay away from for the time being.
News:Jonathan George rushed 13 times for 52 yards at Florida on Saturday, while also catching one pass for 24 yards out of the backfield.
Analysis:Jonathan George led the Wildcats in both rushing and receiving Saturday in the 38-0 loss. He looks to be emerging as the featured back in this offense, but the Wildcats are severely outmatched in the SEC this season.
News:Jonathan George rushed 13 times for 51 yards and two touchdowns against Western Kentucky on Saturday, while also catching six passes for 54 yards and another score out of the backfield.
Analysis:Jonathan George's usage in this game certainly came as a surprise, as CoShik Williams returned from a back injury but carried the ball just four times. Meanwhile, last week's leading rusher, Raymond Sanders, did not even receive a touch in the game.
News:Jonathan George should still see carries Saturday against Western Kentucky despite the return of CoShik Williams (back), the Courier-Journal reports.
Analysis: Whether Jonathan George will see enough touches to be a fantasy force remains to be seen, though. George only received six carries last week in WIlliams' absence, as Raymond Sanders carried the bulk of the load for the Wildcats.
News:Jonathan George rushed six times for 52 yards and a touchdown against Kent State on Saturday. He also caught two passes for 32 yards out of the backfield.
Analysis:Jonathan George saw extended action due to the injury to CoShik Williams (back) as well as the lopsided score.
News: With CoShik Williams (back) ruled out for Saturday's game against Kent State, Jonathan George has been elevated to backup status behind starter Raymond Sanders, Jen Smith of the Lexington Herald-Leader reports.
Analysis:Jonathan George did not receive a carry in last week's opener at Louisville, though he did catch a seven-yard pass.