Grady Sports Update: UGA Scrimmage Before Clemson

By Ben Bolton and Avery Smith

ATHENS, Ga.— Georgia had another scrimmage Wednesday night at Sanford Stadium, but this time they played against the Clemson-like scout team. UGA won the practice game 41-42.

The UGA practice players have been working all week to replicate Clemson’s offense in attempt to give the starters a glimpse into what they will see on August 31st. QB Christian LeMay played the role of the Clemson’s Tahj Boyd in a situation where UGA would be down at halftime 28-0.

Georgia’s first and second team players worked they way back into the game, but trailed 41-35 with close to two minutes left. UGA QB Aaron Murray re-entered the scrimmage to complete the drive to win the game. Grady Newsource Sports Reporter Avery Smith will have more details Thursday. Here are the stats:

Passing

Aaron Murray 11-14, 194 yards, 3TDs

Hutson Mason 2-5, 33 yards

Brice Ramsey 1-2

 

Rushing

J.J. Green 12-62 yards

Quayvon Hicks 2-7 yards, 2 TDs

Brandon Harton 2-11 yards

Malcolm Mitchell 1-11 yards

 

Receiving

Malcolm Mitchell 1-25, TD

Arthur Lynch 2-16, TD

Keith Marshall 2-46, TD

Reggie Davis 2-29

J.J. Green 2-23

Chris Conley 1-15

Jay Rome 1-27

Merritt Hall 1-9

Michael Bennett 1-28

Justin Scott-Wesley 1-18

 

Defense 

Jordan Jenkins 4 tack, sack

Ramik Wilson 4 tack, 1 TFL

Reggie Carter 3 tack

Amarlo Herrera 3 tack, 1 TFL

One tackle by:  Damian Swann, Garrison Smith, Leonard Floyd, John Taylor, T.J. Stripling, Connor Norman, Mike Thornton, Sterling Bailey

Brendan Langley INT

Shaq Wiggins INT 17 yards for TD.

Josh Dawson- forced fumble.

Damian Swann -Pass Break Up

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