Jan. 29: ESPN The Magazine predicts Isaiah Crowell will finish as the runner-up in the 2014 Hesiman Trophy race.
Feb. 2: Crowell ends the suspense on where he will go to school by announcing that he would sign with Georgia. He did so while holding a bulldog puppy given to him for the moment by a Georgia fan.
Aug. 12: Crowell talks with the media for the first time, says coaches told him they are not looking for him to be the teams savior.
Sept. 12: Crowell wins Freshman of the Week honors for the first of four times after rushing for 118 yards and a score in a loss to South Carolina.
Sept. 13: Georgia head coach Mark Richt announces that Crowell will make his first start in the third game of the season after Richard Samuel injured his foot.
Sept. 26: Crowell wins SEC Player of the Week honors for the second time after rushing for 147 yards against Mississippi.
Oct. 15: Crowell sits out the first quarter of Georgias game against Vanderbilt. Richt says after the game he benched Crowell because I love him.
Nov. 1: Georgia announces Crowell would be suspended for the New Mexico State game Nov. 5 for a violation of team rules. It is later reported that Crowell failed a drug test for marijuana.
Nov. 26: Crowell misses the Georgia Tech game with an ankle injury.
Dec. 5: Crowell is named the SEC Freshman of the Year by the Associated Press.
Dec. 17: Crowell talks about his troubles during his freshman season. I think I need to be more accountable and just handle my responsibilities better, he said.
March 1: Teammate and tight end Arthur Lynch says he has seen a different Crowell.
Lynch indicates that Crowell had some work habit issues last summer. But he says that has changed.
The person Ive been most impressed with, and who everyone I think wrongly scrutinized the whole year, was Isaiah, Lynch said.
March 21: With spring practice just under way, Crowell sounds upbeat when talking to the media.
My first goal is to be a good teammate, help my team get to the national championship, Crowell says. My second goal, Im trying to run for the Heisman.
June 29: Crowell is arrested and charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor, all gun charges, after Athens-Clarke County Police Department search his car and find a Luger underneath the drivers seat. Crowell tells officers the gun is not his.
Richt announces late in the afternoon that Crowell is dismissed from the team.