Bulldogs get their fill of football, even on off week

Georgia had the weekend off from football, but players still had their fill.

Tailback Keith Marshall went to the Virginia Tech-East Carolina game in Greenville, N.C. He’s friends with Pirates freshman receiver Chris Love.

“It was a little different,” Marshall said. “It seemed way longer when you’re up there. It seemed like it was taking forever.”

Marshall said he didn’t stick around for the entire three hours and 21 minutes it took for the Hokies to win 15-10.

Receiver Rantavious Wooten watched football for most of the day at a Hooters.

“My girlfriend wanted to go to Hooters and watch Texas A&M and Alabama,” Wooten said.

Quarterback Aaron Murray caught up on his sleep and watched plenty of football.

“I pretty much didn’t move from my couch all day Saturday and Sunday,” Murray said.

It wasn’t all football. Cornerback Damian Swann ordered the Floyd Mayweather-Canelo Alvarez pay-per view fight to watch with teammates Amarlo Herrera and Malcolm Mitchell and others.

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