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"They have a good tradition of running backs they rely heavily on the run game," Malcome said.
Malcome, once one of the nation's top running back recruits, announced this month he would transfer. Malcome had 57 carries for 274 yards and two touchdowns last season.
Former Georgia running back Ken Malcome said Monday he's transferring to Southern Illinois.