Georgia Bulldogs news: Spring practice opens, ESPN gives Dawgs spotlight, more

Running down the news for the Georgia Bulldogs where football fans are excited to see the Dawgs back on the field for spring practices. 

Today is the opening day of spring football practice for the Georgia Bulldogs, and everyone is curious to see how some of the position battles play out. There are a few pre-spring injuries that DawgNation has reported:

Marvin Jones Jr.– shoulder-out
Earnest Greene– back
Andrew Paul– ACL
Dan Jackson — foot
Nyland Green — wrist

Let’s hope Georgia keeps those injuries to a minimum this spring. The Bulldogs will also be hosting their Pro Day on Wednesday, March 15. Georgia’s Pro Day will be broadcast on the SEC Network

ESPN has bestowed quite the honor on Georgia, announcing on Monday that the Bulldogs will be the only SEC program to have its spring football game on TV. This year’s game will have a 4 pm start time on Saturday, April 15, and will be televised on ESPN2.

More Georgia Bulldogs news

Some of the Georgia football team engaged in a little pre-spring workout cooking competition.

Players gathered at the team’s private restaurant “Bones” for a little cook-off and feast. Freshman defensive lineman Jordan Hall, linebackers Damon Wilson and Chaz Chambliss, and offensive lineman Chad Lindburg enjoyed the friendly competition before gearing up to really compete on the gridiron.

More college sports news

Former congressman Tom McMillen, who now is CEO of LEAD1 Association, thinks that the legalization of sports betting expanding in the United State will eventually lead to a catastrophic scandal in college sports McMillen said of a conversation with an athletic director:

I was talking to an athletic director and asked him, “How many of your student-athletes have bet on your games?” He said, “I don’t know. I have no idea.” And he said, “I almost don’t want to know.”

Want your voice heard? Join the Dawn Of The Dawg team!

Write for us!