Prepping for G-Day

Saturday in Athens is back for the springtime 2015 preview

The final spring scrimmage, better known as G-Day, is Saturday at 2 p.m. in Sanford Stadium.

The top storyline this spring has been the quarterback race.

“If the fans can figure it out, they should be paid to coach ‘em up,” tight end Jeb Blazevich said. “It’s hard right now. It’s splitting hairs. I feel like those guys are trying to do the same thing, they’re just trying to be the best that they can be.”

Brice Ramsey, Faton Bauta and Jacob Park are competing, but the trio has not been made available for interviews on days that offensive players were to speak with the media the last two times.

Georgia will release G-Day rosters on Friday. Offensive tackle Kolton Houston said they were posted in the locker room after Thursday afternoon’s practice.

Ramsey and Bauta looked to be the top two quarterbacks in the portion of practice open to the media Thursday like they were in the last scrimmage.

The G-Day format will be 12 minute quarters, which has been standard for the Georgia spring game.

Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer coaching one team and defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt the other. The coaches will be on the field level during the scrimmage.

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