Georgia football has officially wrapped up spring football after the Black Team beat the Red Team 26-23 during the annual G-Day scrimmage.
The Dawgs took the field in from 68,000 fans to showcase what the defending national champions have up their sleeve.
There were good moments and a few bad ones, but seeing just how many playmakers were beginning to emerge had to be one of the best things.
Despite losing 14 starters after the 2021 season, it appears the Dawgs could have another strong football team in 2022.
These are five takeaways from the Georgia football G-Day scrimmage game.
Head coach Kirby Smart seemed exceptionally pleased with his teams’ competitive nature and grit. Maybe this year’s team will be known for their gritty attitude on the field, and that isn’t a bad thing.
Losing that many starters, it’s hard to predict how the following season will go because every year is different for a college team. This team looked poised, and Saturday showed a ton of growth from all sides of the ball.
All three sides of the ball had strong moments, but what were the big takeaways?
A few things need work, but as a whole, Georgia shows what good recruiting and coaching do for a program. Smart’s culture shined bright on Saturday as these guys were a lot further along than expected.
The head coach said himself there is a long way to go to get where they want to go, but that is the reality after spring ball. No team is perfect after spring practice.
Now they can watch the film, evaluate and figure out the best attack method. Hopefully, those skull sessions will stay in the game plan because they made a tremendous difference in 2021.
After rewatching the G-Day game, here are our five takeaways from what turned out to be a better spring game than initially expected.