Georgia football: What we miss on offense with G-Day canceled

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ATHENS, GA – NOVEMBER 09: (Photo by Steve Limentani/ISI Photos/Getty Images)

Georgia football will not host the much anticipated G-Day Game this spring because of the COVID-19 outbreak which has brought the entire nation to a halt.

Georgia football is unable to host the G-Day Game this year, which is too bad. The 2020 edition of the Georgia football spring scrimmage featured a lot to look forward to.

Georgia is entering its first season in the Kirby Smart era without the incumbent starting quarterback on the roster because Jake Fromm elected to forgo his senior season. Several quarterbacks on the roster were set to compete to earn the starting job.

The Bulldogs have a new offensive coordinator in Todd Monken who is sure to bring in a heap of changes. Fans are ready for a new look on offense after being generally dissatisfied by the output of Jim Cheney’s and James Coley’s offenses.

Several signees from Georgia’s No. 1 ranked recruiting class enrolled in school early. Some of these players are overshadowed by other incoming Bulldogs at their positions and it would have been interesting to see what those players could have gained with the headstart.

Instead, we’re all left wondering what could have been of the 2020 G-Day Game, and the spring practice season as a whole. In more detail, here’s what we miss out on watching from Georgia’s offense this spring.

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