DawgNation's G-Day game download 

April, 15, 2012
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After a little beauty rest, the DawgNation writers took a look back at Saturday's G-Day game and put together some overall impressions of the final spring scrimmage. Here are their takeaways:

[+] EnlargeJustin Scott-Wesley
Radi Nabulsi/ESPN.comSeveral players who were expected to showcase themselves in the G-Day game certainly did, including speedy receiver Justin Scott-Wesley.
David Ching: My impression of G-Day is about what I would have expected beforehand. The starting defense controlled things for the most part when that was the goal, and things opened up more as coaches swapped around lineups in an effort to get everyone on the field (and on film).

In particular, I enjoyed seeing more of the redshirt freshmen I've been writing about this spring, including Jay Rome, Devin Bowman, Christian LeMay and Justin Scott-Wesley. I also enjoyed watching the various quarterbacks attempting to lead drives, as that will be a storyline to watch well into the season. Hutson Mason looked great on a couple of series, and I thought LeMay had two or three drives where he made some excellent throws.
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