By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Georgia spring football game a chance for backups to see playing time
Georgia skill position starters see limited time to avoid chance of injury
Georgia running back Kyle Karempelis runs for a first down during the annual G-Day spring football scrimmage on Saturday in Athens. - photo by Richard Hamm
ATHENS — On paper, Georgia’s annual spring game didn’t appear to be a proving ground for the Bulldogs’ younger offensive players. After all, Georgia isn’t missing too many pieces from last year’s group. The quarterback is there, as are the running backs, the tight ends, the entire offensive line and all but two key receivers.
Friends to Follow social media