SEC: G-day game

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April, 18, 2012
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DawgNation Staff Insider: Roundtable -- With several question marks remaining after the spring game, this week's DawgNation Roundtable discussion covers some of the unresolved issues in Athens. What is the biggest question mark for the Bulldogs coming out of spring practice?

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G-Day game notebook 

April, 15, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia’s coaches hardly would have predicted last September that Ken Malcome would rank among the Bulldogs’ top options at tailback following spring practice.

For a period of one whole day last Sept. 28, Malcome wasn’t a member of the team at all. He informed coach Mark Richt of his intentions to transfer because he was buried on the depth chart following a spate of injuries, only to return a day later.

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Daniel Shirey/US PresswireMark Richt said at G-Day that it does his heart good to see a player who has previously struggled -- such as Ken Malcome -- turn around his game and excel.
Malcome didn’t play for another five games after rejoining the team -- he missed the last of those games, against New Mexico State, for failing a drug test -- but began to make an impact by the end of the season, leading the Bulldogs in rushing in each of their last three games. His progress continued this spring as coaches complimented him for an improved focus and attitude. That helped him move up the depth chart.

DawgNation links: G-Day game

April, 14, 2012
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David Ching writes: With the Bulldogs' offensive leaders rooting for the offense on both sides of the ball and the somewhat depleted defense making some solid plays nonetheless, Georgia's G-Day game had its moments.

Ching Insider: To cap off a relatively average spring game, quarterback Christian LeMay grabbed the spotlight late in his efforts to become Aaron Murray’s backup in the fall.

DawgNation staff: G-Day by the numbers.

Kipp Adams writes Insider: Georgia’s class of 2013 earned its 15th commitment Saturday in a G-Day game bonus, as two-way player Reggie Wilkerson gave Mark Richt a verbal commitment. Wilkerson is expected to play in the Bulldogs' secondary.

Adams Insider: Class of 2014 receiver Demarre Kitt got things started early Saturday before Georgia’s annual G-Day game, committing to the Bulldogs before noon. He’s the third sophomore to commit to UGA, and only the ninth sophomore commit in the nation.

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