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Apr. 12, 2014

Draw conclusions at your own risk when it comes to spring football games. Proceed with caution about what transpired at Georgia’s G-Day Saturday and what you saw out of coordinator Jeremy Pruitt’s defense. The first-team offense went up against first-team defense and would have gotten points on the first four drives of the scrimmage if […] - Full Story

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G-Day was flag day when it came to the Georgia defense. - Full Story

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The offensive line intrigue this spring for Georgia had centered around the guard positions. - Full Story

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Two players listed as starters for the Black team defense were out with injuries. - Full Story

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Georgia defensive back Lucas Redd got the call to start for the Black Team in Georgia’s annual G-Day game Saturday at Sanford Stadium and experienced a day to remember. - Full Story

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Some thoughts after Georgia’s G-Day game: — If you’re a Georgia fan, you’ve got to love the fact that coach Mark Richt said after a day when starting quarterback Hutson Mason went 18 of 27 for 241 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions that his two other scrimmages “were even better than today.” — Faton Bauta […] - Full Story

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Georgia’s spring game may not be the biggest factor in determining the Bulldogs’ backup quarterback.  - Full Story

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Greetings from Sanford Stadium for G-Day 2014. The last time the Georgia football team hooked it up between the hedges with fans in the stands Todd Grantham was on the sidelines and Aaron Murray’s Senior Night ended with him being helped off the field. Now it’s Jeremy Pruitt as defensive coordinator and Hutson Mason as […] - Full Story

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Apr. 11, 2014

At a time where there’s talk in college football circles about doing away with spring games, there are compelling reasons why Georgia’s G-Day game today is worth watching. - Full Story

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For the first time he can remember, Brendan Douglas won’t be roaming the greens of Augusta National Golf Club during Masters week. - Full Story

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For Georgia receiver Jonathon Rumph, the difference between this spring and last spring is like the distance between Athens and his hometown of Cayce, S.C., which, for the record, is about 160 miles. - Full Story

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Sterling Bailey wants to be the next man up with the spring he’s had at defensive end.  - Full Story

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Apr. 10, 2014

John Theus headed into last year’s G-Day spring game working as the starting left tackle. - Full Story

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Keith Marshall, the tailback coming off an ACL injury, tweeted recently: “(I don’t know) who came up with all this redshirt talk.” - Full Story

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Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt hasn’t allowed much wiggle room for mistakes in the secondary, linebacker Jordan Jenkins said. - Full Story

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Even the most rabid Georgia fans probably didn’t know who Aaron Davis was until recently. - Full Story

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John Theus headed into last year’s G-Day spring game working as the starting left tackle. - Full Story

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Safety Josh Harvey-Clemons is headed for a reunion with Todd Grantham at Louisville, which means Georgia should avoid at least another regular season game against another player dismissed from its program. Harvey-Clemons plans to transfer to Louisville, his grandfather told InsideTheVille.com. “He wants to stick with coach Grantham and his defensive system,” Woodrow Clemons said. […] - Full Story

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Apr. 9, 2014

Georgia coaches haven’t offered much publicly on the competition for the No. 2 quarterback job. - Full Story

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John Theus hasn’t budged from the starting offensive left tackle spot for Georgia this spring. The left guard spot next to him is another matter. Mark Beard. Zach DeBell. Brandon Kublanow. All have taken first-team reps at left guard for offensive line coach Will Friend. Even right tackle Kolton Houston has seen some there, Theus […] - Full Story

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Apr. 8, 2014

On the eve of spring practices, Mike Bobo offered some insight. - Full Story

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A.J. Turman watched last season while fellow freshman tailbacks Brendan Douglas and J.J. Green got their carries when Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley were sidelined by injuries. - Full Story

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J.J. Green, the sophomore star nickel back, practiced in a non-contact jersey Tuesday, but Georgia coach Mark Richt said he’s likely to play in the G-Day game. Tight end Jordan Davis (sprained knee) remains out. - Full Story

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This year’s G-Day should look similar to last year in its format, Georgia coach Mark Richt said. - Full Story

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Hutson Mason will make his first appearance at Sanford Stadium Saturday as Georgia’s starting quarterback for the G-Day game. The fifth-year senior came in for an injured Aaron Murray against Kentucky and started at Georgia Tech and in the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville. There will be plenty of focus as well on the guys battling […] - Full Story

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