Georgia football scrimmage video gives fans something to binge

Ladd McConkey warms up prior to the G-Day spring game at Sanford Stadium. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
Ladd McConkey warms up prior to the G-Day spring game at Sanford Stadium. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) /

While there may be over 100 days until Georgia football and Oregon take each other on in Week 1 of the season, the Dawgs gave fans a little taste to hold them over until G-Day on April 16.

The video may have only been 56-seconds long, but it’s enough for fans to watch because we’re all missing football at this point in the year.

There isn’t much to see in the video, but it’s enough to get the fans talking about the Dawgs. After reading reports and stories from spring practice, it’s nice to see a video of this group.

Georgia football dropped a video to give Dawg fans something to obsess over and watch.

The Dawgs are the defending national champions, so this spring carries more weight than the others since head coach Kirby Smart got to campus. His first spring was pretty important, but this one is even more important because what will Georgia do now that they got over the hump?

Fans are already discussing this football team with two weeks to go until G-Day, but this video is something we can all agree is precisely what Dawg nation needed.

However, the video will also have the fans discussing even more because that is just what Dawg nation does.

From the opening scene to the end, there is plenty to dissect. Seeing Ladd McConkey leading the chant at the beginning, starting quarterback Stetson Bennett throwing some dimes, and Kendall Milton running downfield sends chills down our spine.

Then the big hit on the first throw to Kenny McIntosh was huge, and the best part is that it’s hard to see who made the tackle.

This week has been a strong one for the Dawgs’ social media team, from winning April Fool’s Day to redeeming themselves this lovely Sunday evening, that team deserves a raise.

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Georgia football has under two weeks until the annual G-Day game where the Red and Black squads will play in Sanford Stadium. With at least one closed scrimmage before G-Day, there will likely be more content dropping, but for now, this video will hold us over until the next one.