Notebook: Patience pays off for Lynch 

September, 17, 2012
ATHENS, Ga. -- Arthur Lynch preached patience last week when discussing how Georgia’s tight ends had just one reception to their credit in the Bulldogs’ first two games.

Lynch’s patience finally paid off in Saturday night’s win against Florida Atlantic, with the junior catching three passes for 73 yards and his first college touchdown. And he could have finished with four grabs for 101 yards, but a holding penalty against center David Andrews canceled out a 28-yard Lynch catch in the third quarter.

“All my guys, all my friends and random fraternity guys on campus would be like, ‘You guys have got to come on. Tight ends, tight ends.’ It was like, ‘Be patient guys. It’ll happen.’ And it did. We had some great plays called and we executed them when we had to.”

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