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Sunday, April 12, 2009

G-Day Wrap-up

I'm about to head out the door to Augusta to cover the final round of the Masters (and, no doubt, Tiger's dramatic comeback), so I won't have time to write up a Hot Reads for this week. Still, there was plenty written about the action yesterday at Sanford Stadium, so here's a quick round-up of the G-Day coverage.

-- I led my coverage with the performances of the four quarterbacks, each of whom could take something positive from the game. Most impressive, in my opinion, was Logan Gray.

-- Speaking of the QBs, Mike Lough says there's no reason to worry about Joe Cox this season.

-- The running back battle was one we were all excited to see this spring, but the end result was simply that all of Georgia's tailbacks still have a lot of work to do.

-- The defense finished on a high note this spring.

-- Mark Bradley says there's a number of reasons to be optimistic about the Bulldogs following yesterday's final spring workout.

-- Georgia picked up two commits -- a Buford lineman and a safety from Florida -- for its 2010 class yesterday.

-- The Banner-Herald has some G-Day quotes from the participants.

-- And Chris Low wraps up the spring at Georgia with a nice piece on Mark Richt.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

That throw murray had on the slant was very promising. One of them has to redshirt.

Brian said...

David, do you have any info on whether the game will be replayed on CSS or otherwise?
Thanks

David Hale said...

Not sure but I'll look into it and let you know.

Mike In Valdosta said...

Pretty nice weekend, DH.

Sat. at Sanford, Sun brings sudden death at Augusta. Very nice

Anonymous said...

David Don't forget to mention that Wendi Nix brought her "A" Game on saturday.

David Hale said...

Brian,

CSS will replay the G-Day game tonight at 7 and Thursday at 9.

-D