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DawgNation Daily Podcast 431: G-Day a missed opportunity for UGA

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On episode No. 431 (April 24, 2017) of the @DawgNationDaily podcast, Georgia Bulldogs fans can hear:

Beginning of the show: There was plenty of good news to come out of the 2017 G-Day game, but unfortunately those stories might be overshadowed by 4-star linebacker Adam Anderson’s decommitment, D’Ante Demery’s arrest and dismissal, and quarterback Jacob Eason’s uneven performance.

10 minute mark: I share interesting audio from Georgia coach Kirby Smart that possibly foreshadowed Demery’s problems on Saturday night.

15 minute mark: DawgNation’s Chip Towers joins the show and some of the topics we discuss include…

  • If schools like UGA can/should do anything differently in situations like the one involving Demery

    • Whether Eason completing fewer than 50% of his passes is a concern for the Bulldogs
    • The impressive debut of freshman quarterback Jake Fromm
    • Whether Smart has gone too far in his attempt to orchestrate a competition between Eason and Fromm.
    • The emergence of UGA’s wide receivers — including freshman** JJ Holloman**
    • And Chip describes what UGA needs to do during the summer to be ready for the upcoming season.

30 minute mark: I take a look at some of the other stories around the SEC including spring games for Alabama, Tennessee, and LSU. I also talk about how a possible SEC rule change could benefit Florida in its attempt to accept former Notre Dame quarterback Malik Zaire as a transfer.

End of show: I share some thoughts on the announced G-Day crowd of 66,000.

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