5 things to watch at UGA’s spring game

ATHENS – Kirby Smart sounds like a referee talking to two boxers before a big fight: He wants a good, tight game for Georgia’s spring game. He split up the teams pretty evenly, first-team offense on one side, first-team defense on the other, hoping it sets up a close, hotly-contested game.

And even if it isn’t, they’ll pretend it’s close anyway in the last four minutes. G-Day is, after all, still officially a practice.

But the fans and media will be interested in more than just the outcome of the game. Do you remember whether the Red or Black won last year? Probably not. Do you remember that Jacob Eason looked great? Yes, you do.

Article 5 things to watch at UGA’s spring game compiled by www.ajc.com

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