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Dawgs’ G-Day game proved to be a tale of two differing halves

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edited April 2023 in Article commenting
imageDawgs’ G-Day game proved to be a tale of two differing halves

Spring intrasquad college football games are give-and-take affairs.

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    BillKingBillKing Posts: 64 ✭✭ Sophomore

    Remember, I’d like to know what you thought about the G-Day game, and your thoughts on the coming season. Also, feel free to ask questions — or share your views on anything related to UGA athletics — by emailing me at junkyardblawg@gmail.com.

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    bobcdawgbobcdawg Posts: 64 ✭✭ Sophomore

    I was excited to see the collaring ceremony in person. Boom was fired up! It's good to see him bring the energy. I'm sure some of that is puppy enthusiasm (and hopefully not crowd anxiety) and that we get to see a smaller portion of that energy as he matures and into the coming seasons. I know Que was elderly but he seemed to for most of his reign be laid back.

    However, I was disappointed in the lack of a DGD (**** Good Dawg!) chant or any chant for our new mascot. Yes, there were cheers and applause and a few yells in my section of DGD but, I was really hoping for something more special. Any thoughts on why not? I thought it was a known tradition.

    I agree with your football analysis. Beck looks good as did the others you highlighted. I would also mention Aguero on defense; he seemed to be in on a number of plays. And we're going to have two Robinsons in the backfield (not all at once necessarily), it appears, with B and R both contributing I would expect.

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