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Blog: Georgia spring scrimmage No. 2 (with statistics)

Below are statistics from Georgia’s second spring scrimmage.

First, here are quarterback Hutson Mason and tailback Todd Gurley talking about the day for the offense:

Rushing
Todd Gurley 10-67
Brendan Douglas 13-40
Brice Ramsey 3-4
A.J. Turman 4-22
Merritt Hall 1-4
Hutson Mason 6-21
Kyle Karempelis 4-21
Faton Bauta 2-11
Kyle Vaugher 2-1
Jacob Park 1-5

Passing
Hutson Mason 12-16 136 TD
Faton Bauta 1-5 1 INT
Brice Ramsey 9-21 114 2 TD, INT
Jacob Park 1-3 6

Receiving
Joanthon Rumph 6-62 TD
Chris Conley 4-64
Reggie Davis 3-64 TD
Kenneth Towns 3-27
Kyle Karempelis 2-13
Quayvon Hicks 1-17 TD
Also with one: Gurley, Bauta (batted ball), Uriah LeMay, Turman, Blake Tibbs

Kicking: Marshall Morgan 4 of 4 on field goals including one from 59 yards. ‚ÄúThat will be under a film review,” Mark Richt said to see if it was actually good.
The others were from 47, 47 and 22.

Tackles
Tray Matthews 9
Ramik Wilson 7
Branden Langley 4
Quincy Mauger 4
Damian Swann 3
Leonard Floyd 3
James DeLoach 3
Toby Johnson 3
Tim Kimbrough 3
Ray Drew 3
Reggie Carter 2
Jonathon Taylor 2
Amarlo Herrera 2
Josh Dawson 2
J.J. Green 2
Jordan Jenkins 2

INT: Mauger, Carter
PBU: DeLoach, Langley, Herrera, John Atkins, Shaq Wiggins.
Sacks: Drew 1.

Some comments from Georgia coach Mark Richt:
Overall:
‚ÄúOK, today we did it a little bit different. We did a one-minute drill, a little one-minute offense today. We put the ball on the 20 and let the offense try to score from the 20. They had to have a touchdown, no chance of a field goal. So it was kind of four-down territory. We finished with short yardage instead of goal line. But everything was about the same. We got six punts in today, which we mentioned just briefly.”

On a better day for the offense and run game:
“We ran the ball better. Gurley got a few more carries. There was definitely more space created today. It was a little bit like the last one only opposite. I thought the defensive dominated the first half last scrimmage and then the offense made some good plays in the second half. The offense really had a great first half (today), and the defense turned it around a little bit in the second half. Good competition. But we definitely ran the ball better.‚Äù

On the secondary:
“I think they’re getting it. It’s far from being settled. I don’t think anything’s settled. Coach Pruitt is still doing some experiments with guys at the position. K.J. (Kennar Johnson) actually played a little corner today. He wants to find out who can play where and he also knows there’s some guys we’ve got coming into town that are going to have an opportunity to compete as well so I am very doubtful that anything is settled until 10 practices before the first game, would be my guess.”

Injury updates: WR Michael Bennett was out with a sprained ankle but Brandon Kublanow played left guard after dealing with a hyperextended right elbow.

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