The G-Day festivities will begin at 11:15 a.m. when approximately 80 Georgia football letterwinners from six different decades, including at least 14 former All-SEC performers, will take part in a flag football game.
The current Bulldogs will then take center stage for the G-Day Game. Following Friday's practice, the team was split into Red and Black rosters.
"I told our guys after practice that I want to see them compete and I want them to try to win the game," Georgia coach Mark Richt said. "Today's practice was better than I thought it would be considering it's the last day before G-Day. They had a good time competing against each other today. They had a lot of juice.
"To me, G-Day is a wonderful celebration of Georgia football and the University of Georgia. I'm glad it's going to be pretty weather and be what a spring game ought to be."